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We are very fortunate to have 
as our Superintendent of 
Schools, an extremely disting- 
uished and qualified man. Doc- 
tor E.E. Brickell has, for the 
last twenty-two years, held re- 
sponsible positions that have 
given him the experience and 
insight necessary to be effective 
as Superintendent. 

Dr. Brickell makes it clear 
that he holds Kempsville High 
school and the surrounding area 
in very high esteem. He also 
says that he enjoys his job, 
which is, to a great extent, very 
demanding. 

By expounding upon his ex- 
periences that led him here it 
can be safely said that Dr. E.E. 
Brickell can and does ably carry 
out his job of decisions. 




ADMINISTRATION 



SECOND SUCCESSFUL YEAR 




There are times when saying 
thanks becomes difficult. But, 
when it comes to saying thanks 
to Mr. French, we all are able to 
say it with more than ease. 

Our principal is always there 
to listen to any student's prob- 
lems in or out of school and is 
always able to help in some 
way. He is always going out of 
his way to help a student. 

Mr. French makes it a point 
to involve himself in and sup- 
port all student functions. He 
has more school spirit than 
some of the students. 

For all his qualities, good and 
bad, we love our principal, 
James French. 



Who stuck bubble gum on the backboard? 




Next week I'm going to 
Cox. 



SEVENTEEN 




his year Kempsville has 
three assistant principals. 
The tasks of these men are 
varied according to their respon- 
sibilities. 

Mr. Fields is in charge of clas- 
sroom instruction. He supervises 
the curriculum of Kempsville High 
School and works with the teachers' 
instructional processes. 

Mr. Cauthen is the assistant prin- 
cipal in charge of transportation 
matters including parking permits 
and buses. 

Mr. Shields is in charge of discip- 
line and works with the students to 
insure that they will cooperate with 
the rules set down by the school. 

Without, Mrs. Houtchins, Mrs. 
Pell, Mrs. Smith, and Mrs. Woodfin 
the weighty problems that confront 
a school this size would never be 
solved. 

In addition, Mrs. Lambiotte the 
new accountant has fit right in with 
the rest of the staff. 




Norman Fields 



FACULTY 



CAUTHEN ADDED TO STAFF 




Sandy Lambiotte 



Wanda Smith 



Jean Houchins 




STAFF HONORS MULLEN 



This year Kathleen Mullen 
has once again pulled through in 
making the 74 IMAGE a huge 
success. 

As each year goes by, the 
staff keeps their eyes open for 
people who have helped the 
school and the people around 
them. This year, they found 
someone who not only keeps 
taps of what's happening around 
the school, but the community 
also. 

The staffs "Bunny" keeps 
hopping when events are going 
on. She has been the big asset 
that every school needs to have 
a successful annual, but 
Kempsville has her and won't 
let her go! 




We love our Mullen. 




Oh come on, lets dance! 



After the crowds go, her work goes on. 




Kathleen Mullen. Sponsor. 



FACULTY 




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TWENTY-ONE 




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Mary Fritch 



Jeraldine Tata 







Ellen Powell 



Joseph Liner 



FACUTLY 



STRIVING TO HELP SUTDENTS 





Ethel Smith 




Herbert Lanier 



Cornelia Boyd 



ollege catalogues, book- 
lets, and schooling infor- 
mation are among many of 
the types of information found 
in the Guidance Department. 

The seven guidance coun- 
selors are trained and skilled in 
helping students who need help 
with selecting colleges and oc- 
cupations. The counselors are 
also trained to advise the stu- 
dents in any personal and family 
problems that they might have. 
The head of the Guidance de- 
partment is Mary Fritch. 



TWENTY THREE 




s with the Social Studies De- 
partment the English Depart- 
ment has instituted a new prog- 
ram in the rental of text books. 

This year each of the classes are is- 
sued a series of books to be used for one 
six weeks. Each series has six different 
books. 

The English Department is headed by 
Ronnie Smith. Not pictured is Betty 
Pace. 




Ruth Pleasants 



Paula Troutman 



Nancy Proferes 



FACULTY 



TEXT RENTALS ESTABLISHED 







Heidi Walker 



Sha Pyeatte 



Barbara Vantine 



TWENTY FIVE 



FUNKY SAYS PASS THOSE BOOKS ON. 







Maria Prudcn 



Ron Rogerson 




Elizabeth Predmore 



Leslie Mielding 




Larry Stanfield 



Flora Haynie 



TWENTY SEVEN 



MATERIALS GROW IN QUALITY 




Joyce Ellis 



Patsy Ferebee 




he Social Studies Department 
this year has a new policy con- 
cerning textbooks under the di- 
rection of Mrs. Rena Peterson, Depart- 
ment Chairman. The new plan by which 
students pay a fee for the use of a text- 
book is called Instructional Materials 
Fees, the long range goal of the plan is 
to build up in each class more sup- 
plementary materials. 

There are six new teachers in the So- 
cial Studies Department. The outlook is 
promising for the new text book policy 
and the new teachers. 




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Gary Miller 



Sylvia Hallock 



FACULTY 




Kathleen Mullen 



Eddie Baker 




Jim Weaver 



Pam Quinn 



Ed Booth 



TWENTY NINE 



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Rcna Peterson 



Irma Vinson 



FACULTY 



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NEW TEACHERS ADDED 




Richard Thompson 



Linda Bultema 



John Mitchell 



THIRTY ONE 





his year the Math Department, 
headed by Richard Watson, has 
developed in many ways. For 
the first time at Kempsville, there are 
two Calculus classes and over 50% of 
the student body is taking Math. Over 
one-third of the student body is rising to 
Geometry or higher. These factors indi- 
cate an increase of interest in the 
mathematical fields. 

This year there are eleven math 
teachers and their main goals are to 
meet the needs of the students accord- 
ing to their ability. This has been done 
with great success. 

Not pictured is Margaret Stamm. 



Richard Watson 



FACULTY 




Tracy Moon 



Don DeSarro 




Linda Patton 



Lisa Gary 



THIRTY THREE 



NEW PROGRAM 




Ray Barlow 



Kathy Tereskerz 




Debbie Matzen 



Jeff Taylor 



FACULTY 



ADDED TO CLASSES 




he Science Department is striv- 
ing to make every student scien- 
tifically literate and to help him 
live in the everyday world of science. 

A new course has been offered this 
year called Pathways of Science. This 
course is offered to students usually 
having problems in Science. It is de- 
signed to stimulate Science in the stu- 
dents life. 

The Department is headed by John 
Perry. The size of the Department has 
grown tremendously. 




John Perry 



THIRTY FIVE 




s basic business courses, the 
Kempsville High School Busi- 
ness Department, headed this 
year by Vince Marshall offers General 
Business I and Typewriting I. For the 
student who wishes to further pursue his 
interest in office occupations, the 
courses from which to chose are Clerk 
Typist I and II, Stenography I and II, 
Clerical Accounting I and II, and Book- 
keeping I and II. 

In these courses, the main objective is 
to aid in the training and placement of 
students in various office positions. 




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Judy Younger 



Vince Marshall 



Jean Siler 



FACULTY 



OBJECTIVE — VOCATIONAL TRAINING 




Anita Purcell 



Helen Estes 



Judy Allen 



Regina Poniatowski 




THIRTY SEVENl 



INDIVIDUAL INSTRUCTION STRESSED. 




Steve Parker 



Maxine Growling 




Jack Weller 



Daphne Wall 



Jim Garrett 



FACULTY 




his year the Physical Education 
classes have continued to stress 
the development to stress phys- 
ical fitness as well as additional skills. 

The program is headed by Bill Coc- 
hrane and attemps to coordinate sound 
physical conditioning within the regular 
activities of seasonal sports. 

Classroom instructions also enables 
the students to gain a better understand- 
ing of every phase of physical health, 
noting the importance of this type of in- 
struction to the individual. 



Dale Compton 



Bill Cochrane 



THIRTY NINE 




Willie Hamel 



Linda Ray 




he Foreign Language De- 
partment, headed again this 
year by Mrs. Anne Petroff, 
continues its advanced program, 
emphasizing not only the need to 
learn the spoken and written forms 
of the languages, but the cultural 
aspects of the nations from which 
they originate. 

Students are also encouraged to 
travel aboard, where a better under- 
standing of foreign language and 
customs may be obtained 




Shannon Doolittle 



FACULTY 



MANY CULTURES STUDIED 




Anne Petroff 



FORTY ONE 



SMALL DEPARTMENTS AIM HIGH 




John Carr 



Myron Curtis 



Ron Cams 




Elmer Martin 



Evans Cochran 



Bob Parham 



FACULTY 



he following Departments 
are small ones in 
Kempsville. but are sin- 
cerely needed. 

Art is one which has grown in 
size and skill. There are over 300 
students taking Art this year. 

Home Economics is essential in 
the world. It covers topics dealing 
with todays home life. 

Industrial Arts may be a small 
area of our school but it is the 
largest in the city of Virginia Beach. 

John Curtin has the responsibility 
of the Department. 




FORTY THREE 




here are many people that 
are needed at Kempsville. If 
not for these people many 
activities would not be here. 

The departments include things 
from reading to marching to sales. 

Jeanette Seymore and Cathy 
Benn have a special talent of help- 
ing students in need. 

Lou Sawyer (chorus) and Jerry 
Cole (band) help students enjoy 
music. 

Edith Tanner, Nancy Pell and 
Bob Braun are always needed in the 
library. 

As for Kelley Parnell and his staff 
they help students with special 
problems in Business; and how to 
cope with them. 

Commander Ray Lackore has 
been in charge of NJROTC for the 
past two years. He has seen it grow 
in size and knowledge. 






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Terry O'Brien 



Walter Maloney 



Teresa Fary 



ACTIVITIES 



BACH, BEATLES, BOOKS 




Jeanette Seymore 



Bob Braun 



Cathy Benn 



FORTY FIVE 



IMAGE HAS ALL NEW LOOK 



This year the Kempsville 
High's yearbook has a new look 
and laugh. The 73-74 Image Staff 
decided to change their "Image" 
and use Humor as their theme. 

They didn't know how their 
fellow students would react but, 
just how much does the student 
body know of how their year- 
book is put together. It takes 
many hours of hard work and im- 
agination. Working after school 
and into the late hours of night 
. . . The Image Staff has put 
much effort into making a suc- 
cessful rememberance of High 
School experiences. 

This year the Image is spon- 
sored by Kathleen Mullen, who 
spends many hours at school to 
prepare the book for publication. 




Kathleen Mullen, Sponsor 



Susie Williams, Co-editor 





ACTIVITIES 




Pam Amory 



Tim Thompson 




Barbara Katz 



Tina Remicci 



FIFTY ONE 



Kathy Keene 



Lee Ann Rusnock 




ACTIVITIES 



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PLEASE 

KEEP OFF 

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Photographers Bob Hickman and Ray Chute 




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Free Time. 






We have our "ups and downs' 



A little help from our friends. 






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MANY ACTIVITIES GIVEN BY SCA 



HAVE INCREASED 
IN SIZE AND 
IN NUMBER 



The Student Cooperative As- 
sociation has really been pour- 
ing it on for 1974. 

Not only has a Senate been 
formed consisting of English 
class representatives, but an en- 
tirely new constitution has been 
drawn up which provides for 
more equitable representation of 
the student body. 

This year in keeping with 
ecological concerns, the SCA 
sponsored a brick sale in local 
neighborhoods as a step toward 
water conservation. 

It is important to point out 
that every student is a member 
of the SCA, headed by a compe- 
tent group of officers. 




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Grady Hedgespeth, President 



John Kish, Parliamentarian 




Paul Peter, Sponsor 



Diane Bleh, Chaplain 



ACTIVITIES 





Front Row: Barbara Katz, Angle Scott, Lisa Howard, Vickie Anderson. Sare Harlon. Marie Cox. Natalie. 

Schultz. Second Row: Chris LeSesne, Gary Garrison, Stanley Creekmore, Nelson Adcock, Kathy Beeby, Rj^ky Thomas 

Third Row: Ellis Forbes, Tim Eason, Stacy Walker, John LTtalien. Fourth Row: Jeff Sweitzer. Marshal 

Lewis. 





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Front Row: Tammy Gingerich, Lisa Green, Jo Ann Boelens, Jim Olds, Ronnie Morris Rob Barry. Second Row: Mary 
Coulange, Gary Moore, Kathy Richgels, Vickie Baker, Debbie Pricenski, Pam Lindly, Sherri Moore. Third Row: 
Cindy Swack, Cindy White, Ellen Hart, Edie Mann, Donna Sanders, Wayne Hatcher. Betty LTtalien. Fourth Row: 
Michelle Kish, Kirk Berkhimer, Vickie Barbee, Margie Claxton, David Griffen, Micah Brooks, Lisa Krohn, Linda 
Meadows. Fifth Row: Pam Woolard, Nancy Barlow, Lillian Griffin. 

Front Row: Terry McCord, Michelle Protsman, Cheryl Kirkwood, Cindy Smith, Robin Snell, Lou Ann 
Poulus Felicia Boyd. Second Row: Teri Jackson, Kathy Simmons, Pam Taylor, Connie Tache! Sue Lynn 
Sims, Kathy Tuck. Third Row: Paul Kelly, Bill Duxbury, Steve Ash, Bill Womble, Steve Harrington, 
Fourth Row: Mike Voeght, Rodney Griffin, Earl Jones. 



Nancy Loizeaux 



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Rita Mullaly 





ART CLUB HORSES AROUND 



The Art Club is a service club. It 
has two major fund raising projects 
a year with profits going to a 
Senior Art Scholarship. 

The two fund raising projects 
are: the Spring Art Show of stu- 
dent work, and a silk-screen 
T-shirt sale. 

The first project was a 
Homecoming float this year. The 
horse was "Horse Chief. 

Hand-made Christmas cards 
will be sent to Children Hospitals 
this year. 





'Chief makes his first publice appearance. 



Front Row: James Bateman, Ann Schafer, Jennifer Model, David Yarrington. 
Second Row: Terry Woodley, Don Hoppel, Jimaler Franklin, Tricia Mann, 
Ann Brewster, Diana Sisk. Third Row: Barbara Edoff. Sonia Smith. Roby 
Leggett, Lisa Jeager. Robyn Ackaway. Kristie Meekins. Gretchen Carter. 
Margie Claxtcm. Vicky Tatem 




Head "em up!! Move "em out!! 



ACTIVITIES 



GRADY WINS STATE POST 




Governor Grady Hedgespeth. 



Each year, boys and girls are 
selected from the Junior Classes 
of High Schools all over Virginia 
to attend Girls and Boys State 
during the summer. At State, the 
students learn and participate in 
the fundamentals of State Gov- 
ernment. Girl's State, which is 
held at Radford College and 
sponsored by the American 
Legion Auxiliary, and Boy's 
State, held at Lynchburg Col- 
lege and sponsored by the 
American Legion, lasts one 
week during June. 

The students are elected to 
City and State offices and the 
week ends with the eleciton of 
Govornor, Lt. Governor, and At- 
tornery General. 

This year, our own Grady 
Hedgespeth was elected Gover- 
nor of Boys State, a covetous 
title. 



VISITS TO RADFORD 
AND LYNCHBURG 




Front Row: Pam Falls, Dede Dandridge, Kathy Metzger, Lisa Howard, Rita Mullaly. Second Row: John Kish, Jeff Beaton, Grady Hedgespeth, Steve 
Vipavetz, Steve Burbage. 



FIFTY SEVEN 



GIRLS GAIN JOB EXPERIENCE 



SITUATIONS IN 

PARTICULAR 

JOBS LEARNED 



The 1973-74 Image Staff is 
proud to present for the first time 
in a Kempsville High Yearbook 
. . . C.O.E. Cooperative Office 
Education. 

At present there are twenty- 
one senior girls participating. 



The program is designed to 
give the girls practical experici- 
ence, a paying job, and an extra 
credit toward graduation. 

Evidently C.O.E. has been 
working out well in the past and 
will continue to do so in future. 




Front Row: Janet Murphy, Shirley Smithson, Donna Newsome, Karen Pritchard, Joy Hodges. Karen McCartney, Diane Rausehenbach, Carolyn '^'oung. 
Second Row: Judy Allen, Donna Spense, Paula Windschitle, Brenda Eaton, Fran Kujawski, Jackie O" Neal, Nancy Miller, Vikki Cotton. Third Row: Debbie 
King, Jan Bullock, Donna Paul, Wanda Johnson, Sharon Pledger. 



ACTIVITIFS 



DEBATORS PLACE FOURTH IN STATE 




Front Row: Evie Sheppard, Julie Wells, Chris 
Lesesne, Steve Stevenson. Eric Pedderson, 
Second Row: Wendy Stevens, Jeff Beaton, 
D.A. Britton, John Kish, Neil Oatly, Grady 
Hedgespeth, John Bannon, Lee Taylor, Paul 
Kelly. 



Coach Britton contemplates subjects for a 

debate. 



It is with pride that we say 
that Mr. D.A. Britton, along 
with Wendy Stevens, is still 
coaching the Debate team on to 
victory. 

Last year the team went to 
the State Competition and 
placed fourth. This year will no 
doubt find the team there again. 
The team can't go wrong with 
the competent leadership of 
John Kish, Captain of the Var- 
sity Team, and Evie Sheppard, 
Captain of the Novice Team. 

With the combined efforts of 
the coaches, captains, and 
members of the team, this year 
should turn out successfully for 
them. 

FIFTY NINE 





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Angela Capetanakis, Pat Neal, Larry Ashcraft, Neal Silas, Debbie Simmons, Larry Ritch, Mike Robinson, Greg Neal, Kelly Halsey. Mark Deans, 
Mike Williams, Robie Bancroft, Sheryl Sherman, Lyn Clark, Gail Mayton, Sharon Beck, Penny Kleinknecht, Denise Leon, Jeff Buchanan, Kim Brace, 
Debbie Nance. Jack Miley, Steve Watts, Ken Hazlett, John Nielsen, Gary Bell, Steve Harrington, Bill Thompson, Don Froelick, Marty Taylor. Kathy 
Price, Ricky Knox. Anita Reed, Kenny Edwards, Peggy D. Smith, Gary Garrison, Aubrey Priddy, Lora Hensley. Clara Gillespie, Joy Baker, Debbie 
Clevenger, Linda Rooks, Cindy Baldwin, Susan Halsey, Debbie Obenauer, Becky Brown, Nina Suggs, Debbie Caswell, Brenda Austin, Sheryl Haw- 
kins, Cindy Ross, Rick Harper, John Moore, Donna Adcock, Mike Merrill, Larry Owens, Karen Ries, Frank Lilley, Stanley Langley, Ned Braithwaite, 
Mr. Kelley Parnell. Mrs. Teresa Fary, and Mr. Maloney. 




Lora Hensley, DE I student, works on a clothing display. 



Sandy Taylor and Kathy Price prepare for state leadership conference. 




Students at Kempsville High 
School have had many oppor- 
tunities this year to be proud of 
their chapter of the Distributive 
Education Clubs of America. 
Some of the successful ac- 
tivities club members were in- 
volved in were: The Tidewater 
Fall Rally, Fall Employer- 
Employee banquet held at the 
Shore Drive Inn, operation of 
the DECA concession stands at 
basketball games and wrestling 
matches. Chapter Research 
study on the effects of the 
energy crisis on the shoppers at 
Military Circle. Kempsville 
DECA also set records at their 
District Leadership Conference 
at which they won an unpre- 
cedented total of seventeen 
awards. 



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SIXTY ONE 




Front Row: Carol Radke, Theresa Pruden, Celia Rob- 
nett, Ann Brewster. Beth Mau, Sue Burns. Jane 
Beeby. Linda Hussey. Bonnie Martin, Sandy Hoff. 
Barbara Parsons, Mrs. Waldmann — Sponsor. Second 
Row: Leshe Cook, Sharon LeBlanc. Susan Malewich. 
Angie Brewer, Karen Wilson, Shelley Hamill, Sue 
Brown, Karen Ripski. Third Row: Andrea 
Capetanakis, Joan Harris. Ellen Slavish, Michelle 
Kish, Sue Rusnock. Dalynn Patrick. Sharon Baer. De- 
bbie Thrift. Frances Draper. Fourth Row: JoAnn 
Boelens. Ricky Eyer, Leslie Payne. Nancy Loizeaux, 
Lori Robnett. Sue Branch, Nancy Alden, Debbie 
Bogart. Fifth Row: Cindy Sumner, Linda Cook, Vicky 
Roper, Roxanne Bryant, Jody Thorstenson. Inez 
Dildy. 



GAA ADDS BASKETBALL 




The Girls Athletic Associa- 
tion fills the void between var- 
sity athletics and the classroom. 
The members participate in 
Flag, Football, Soccer, Basket- 
ball, Volleyball, Tennis and 
Softball. For each activity, 
points are awarded; at the end 
of the year a trophy is given to 
the outstanding person who has 
accumulated the most points. A 
scholarship is also awarded to 
the outstanding senior. 

Other activities of the GAA 
have been. Homecoming Float, 
Bike Hikes, Christmas Caroling 
and supporting the Red Wing 
Hockey Team. Mrs. M.J. 
Waldmann is the sponsor of the 
Girls Athletic Association. 



Love Bug in Homecoming Parade. 



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Now try SURE on your left side. 




Jump Ball! Jump Ball! 



I said let me have that ball! 



SIXTY THREE 



HOME ECONOMICS PROVIDES SKILLS 



IN HOME AND 
COMMUNITY 



The Future Homemakers of 
America help to teach family re- 
lations, and house hold techni- 
ques to it's club members. These 
are taught to the students so they 
can add to their homes and com- 
munity. 




Front Row: Lisa Blackwell. Diane Bulger, Julie Sayre. Teresa Bridgeman. Second Row: Mrs. Frazier — 
Sponsor, Brenda Repass, Hariette Soule, Tona Brown. Third Row: Shannon Dooley. Kathy Strange, 
Katie Stout, Marie Cox. 




Future Homemakers participate in Homecoming. 



ACTIVITIES 



LATIN CLUB 

GAINS INTEREST 
OF STUDENTS 



Latin is kept alive at 
Kempsville by the Latin Club. 
The club is a registered member 
of the National Junior Classical 
League which is an organization 
comprised of Latin Clubs 
throughout the country. 

The members of the club try 
to encourage interest in. not 
only the Latin language but also 
in the civilization of Ancient 
Rome. 

The members' efforts are to 
no avail. The Latin Club grows 
in size every year and this year, 
is bigger and more active than 
ever. 




Front Row: Maury Hill, Earl Hanbury, Don Simmons, Cindy 
Schwartz, Norman Poulin. Second Row: Keith Myers, Chris 
Hines, Ann Arthur, Phyllis Malewich, Robin Wilkirson, 
Miss Ousler, Rhonda McGinnis, Sharon King, Kevin Baker, 
Tamara Mangum, Cathy Hannon, George McDonald. Third 
Row: Sherry Moore, Larry Sarosdy. 



SIXTY FIVE 



NJROTC PARTICIPATES IN PARADES 




Floyd Akers. Robin Arnold, Dennis Baker, Allen Bateman, John Boulden, Jim Brewer, Rita Brewer, Deborah Calvert, David Crane, Richard 
Cutting, Rocky Dalton, Ray Driscoll, Randy Fretwell, Philip Fretwell, David Gillen, Don Gordon, Dennis Granger, Richard Hale, Greg 
Hamilton, Cathy Hannon, Marie Harrington, Sam Helm, Lance Hughes, David Jones, Willie Jones, Paul Kelly, Yvonne Kimble, David 
Knight, Regina Kunschman, Eric Langelier, Paul Liverman, Fredrick Long, Bill Luker, George MacDonald, Terri McCord, Vivian Minnick, 
Bryan Molina, Joe Moreau, Mike Muliins, Bill Myers, Dan Norville, Susan O'Neal, Bill Peacock, Roger Pederson, Joyce Phelps, Cathy 
Riemann, Vicky Singleton, Geoffrey Smith, Richard Snyder, Tom Spenser, Steve Stephenson, William Stewart, Scot Temple, Russell 
Thomas, Roger Tolley, Chris Turner, Mike Voight, Russell Weaver, Roger Wigent, Mike Williams. 




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ACTIVITIES 




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Kempsville's Naval Junior 
Reserve Training Corps was ac- 
tivated on the sixteenth of May 
in 1973. It is instructed by 
Cmdr. R.C. Lackore and 
CWO-4 C. Sheets. In it's first 
year the Kempsville High 
NJROTC was selected as the 
best of the six Virginia Beach 
units and recieved the Captain 
Caton Award. 

The NJROTC acquaints its 
members with most of the as- 
pects of military service and en- 
courages them to take an active 
part in community life. 

One of the benefits of being a 
member of the NJROTC is 
being able to go on their in- 
teresting and informative field 
trips. Included in their field trips 
have been a four day cruise 
aboard the USS Barnstable 
County; visits aboard the USS 
El Paso, the USS Shreveport 
and the USS Raliegh. 



They're coming to take us away! Ha! Ha! He! He! Ho! Ho! 



SIXTY SEVEN 



LEO GAINS IN SIZE 



LEO BEGINS 

NEW PROGRAMS 
FOR INTEREST 
OF STUDENTS 




This year the Leo Club 
been serving the community 
through the many lectures it 
sponsors. These lectures in- 
cluded a demonstrated-lecture 
from the Kempsville Volunteer 
Fire Department on what a per- 
son should do in case someone 
suffers a heart attack. 

The club also collected glas- 
ses to be used for the aged. The 
Leo Club is affiliated with the 
Lion's Club. 



Front Row: Don Simmons, Terry Kemp, Mary 

Beth Morgan, Geri Seibels. Second Row: Ray 

Barlow, Janet Jorgensen, Cathy Simmons, 

Susan Dail, Susan Greene, Pam Falls, Tina 

Remicci. 



ACTIVITIES 



FRIENDSHIP AND CITIZENSHIP 



PRACTICED 
BY JUNIOR 
CIVITAN 




Front Row: Mike Voight, David Crane, Linda 
Cook, Leslie Cook, Karon Krzak, Bonnie Jones, 
Peggy Earl, Arlene KKzak. Lisa Howard, Miss 
Vinson, Sponsor. Second Row: Mark Sullivan, 
Trey Austin, Ed Cox, Cathy Foy. 



Jr. Civitan is a service club 
which practices friendship and 
citizenship. The club encour- 
ages one to live a fuller life by 
practicing the Golden Rule and 
developing initiative abilities. 
The club is active within the 
school as well as within the 
community. 

Among the club's activities 
this year are: a "Voo-doo" and 
"Spirit" doll sale during Jr. 
Civitan Fruitcake Week, being 



Guides for Parents Night, and 
participating in a Christmas 
Party given for the mentally re- 
tarded children of the Tidewater 
area. 

The officers this year are: 
Lisa Howard — President, 
Peggy Earl — Vice-President, 
Dotty Murphy — Secretary, 
Trey Austin — Treasurer, and 
Cathy Foy — Chaplain. Miss 
Vinson is the club's sponsor. 



SIXTY NINE 



HONOR STUDENTS 

INCREASE IN 

NUMBER 




Front Row: Angie Scott, Diane Bleh, John Kish, 
Skee Tenney, Bill Jordal, Lisa Howard, Kim 
Turner, Ms. Bernick. Second Row: Scott Foxwell, 
Matt Stavish, Don Simmons, Jeff Beaton, Britt 
Glisson, James Hartley, Robin Ackaway, Kathy 
Almirall, Janet Murphy, Nancy Miller. Third Row: 
Joel Ticatch, Connie Tuck, Pam Falls, Janet 
Cook, Susan Atkins, Wanda Cowan. Kathy 
Beeby, James Sokol, Rita Mullaly, Paula Pruden. 
Fourth Row: Alan Price, Susan Brantley, James Copley, 
Devon Eldridge, Steve Burbage, Peter Riondett, Jeff 
Bunch, Bonnie Martin, Bob Wernick, Chrys Roon. Fifth 
Row: Holly Wilson, Mike Bryant, Cindy Meridith, 
Nancy Loiseaux, Grady Hedgespeth, Kathy Metzger, 
Krystal Lake, Mike O'Brien. 



SOCIETY OFFERS SCHOLARSHIP 




Front Row: Ric 

Albee, President 
John Kish, 
Vice-President. 
Second Row: Lo 
Robnett, Sue 
Atkins. Third R 
Britt Glisson. 



The National Honor Society 
is a privilege reserved for stu- 
dents in the top of the Senior 
Class. Membership is based on 
grades, which must be honor 
roll through the eleventh grade, 
personality and attitude. Appli- 
cations are sent to those stu- 
dents considered deserving of 
membership. The students who 
are finally accepted, are admit- 



ACTIVITIES 



ted in a special ceremony during 
their Senior year. 

This year the Honor Society 
is larger than ever. Students are 
becoming more and more in- 
terested in learning. 

The Society offers a scholar- 
ship each year to one deserving 
student to help him further his 
education. 




ALLIANCE FRANCAISE 



Club 

Participates 
in FAIR 




This year the Kempsville 
High School French Club is par- 
ticipating in a Tidewater Area 
— Alliance Francaise — Fair. 
High school French students set 
up displays for sale and the 
French Club plans on a fruit and 
peanut stand with all items for 
sale. 

A French dinner was held in 



Front Row: Gaya Anderson and Donna Nusbaum. 
Second Row: Mary Brun, Lisa Howard, Don Sim- 
mons, Kathy Beeby and Bonnie Martin. Third 
Row: Judy Randolph, Andrea Walker, Shawn 
Fannon, Christine Murphy. Nancy Loizeaux and 
Kathy Hammer. 



November for the students to 
become better acquainted. All 
food served was made by the 
members and had to be from 
France. 

At the International Dinner, 
the club demonstrated several 
French folk dances and served 
French food, prepared by the 
members. 



SEVENTY-ONE 



CIRCULATION INCREASES 



With the help of a new spon- 
sor, Joe McKay, the Treaty has 
developed into a widely read 
paper. 

With more and more people 
asking for it, the staff is forever 
trying to increase its volume 
and intensity. The staff mem- 
bers devote much free time into 
preparing each edition. They 
work long hours and are 
thanked when someone realizes 
what they have done. 

The Image staff wishes to 
thank the Treaty staff for all the 
fine work they have done and 
wish them many more great 
years. 




ACTIVITIES 




Joe McKay, sponsor 



Kim Turner 




Buddy Hooper 



SEVENTY-THREE 



FIRST PLAY SUCCESSFUL 




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What can I say, but boy do I feel good all under!! 



But I didn't take your piece of bubblegum. 






Only her hairdresser knows for sure. 



Aw come on Jeffery 



Hey! I hear you had a tiger in your tank. 



The Crucible 

The Thespian Players, under the direction of Ms. Pat- 
ricia Bernick presented The Crucible as the fall produc- 
tion. The play was a parallel to the "Red Scare" initiated 
by Senator Joe McCarthy in the fifties. It displayed fear, 
the most communicable of human emotions as it spread 
like wildfire to engulf the characters. The witchcraft trial 
situation portrayed the paradox of honesty, in which truth 
was a double-edged sword. 

The plan allowed high school students to participate in 
a highly dramatic production which was all too real in 
many cases. 

The play was a great success for the Thespians and was 
much praised by the audiences for it's talented portrayals 
and professional air. 





'73- '74 Thespians goof-off. 




Essie have a baby? I guess so! 





With these hands 





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SEVENTY-FIVE 



SPANISH CLUB SPONSORS CHILD 




This year the Spanish Club of 
Kempsville sponsored a child in 
Spain. This girl is being helped 
for more than a year with the 
money raised by the club by sel- 
ling gift items and bumper stic- 
kers. 

The club also has had many 
parties with the different foods 
of Spain. 

This year the officers are: 
Wayne Shields, President; Chris 
Le Sesne, Vice-President; Lisa 
Langleir, Secretary; Toni 
Brown, Treasurer; and Diane 
Bleh, Historian. 



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Front Row: Lisa Langeleir (Secretary). Patricia Bowles. Karen Un- 
derhill. Faith Gittinger. Toni Brown (Treasurer), Susan Campbell. 
Second Row: Lois Bennon (Co-Sponsor). Chris Le Sesne (Vice- 
President), Holly Wilson. Linda Cook. Diane Bleh (Historian). Rita 
Brewer, Kathy Hannan. Lynn Rulghum, Anne Petroff (Co-Sponror). 
Third Row: Roger Mau. Paul Kelly, John Bannon. Eric Wilson. Keith 
Forrest. Pam Wilson, Jeanne McLemore, Norma Forman, Wayne 
Shields (President). 



ACTIVITIES 



TRI-HI-Y TRIES HARDER 



Fidelis Tri-Hi Y is a Christian 
club affiliated with the YMCA. 
The main objective of the club 
is to service those around it. 

Activities of the club have 
been many. The members at- 
tended both Church and a 
Medi-Care Center monthly, and 
participated in Project Clean-up. 

Some of the money making 
projects were the pom-pom 
sales and Singing Valentine 
sale. This money was used to 
adopt a child through the Christ- 



ian Children's Foundation. 

Another function was the An- 
nual Powder Puff Football 
game. The Co-captains were 
Paula Pruden and Joanie Harris. 
The Coach was Mr. "John 
Paul" Jones. The game was fol- 
lowed by the Sadie Hawkins 
Dance. Both were big successes 
and were enjoyed by all. The 
new sponsor, Joyce Ellis was a 
great help in all ways. 

It was a very good year. 




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Front Row: Mrs. Joyce Ellis, Paula Pruden, Anita 

Hammer, Kathy Hammer, Pam Amory, Cindy 

Meredith, and Karen Turner. Second Row: Bonnie 

Martin, Scherrye Jeter, Joy Hodges, Kathleen 

Foreman. Debbie Ambrose, Patrice Bowles, Vicki 

Anderson, Brenda Boyd, and Cheri Johnston. Third 

Row: Barbara Parsons, Joan Harris. Crystal Ward, 

Rita Mullaly, Debbie Ballou, Connie Tache, Caryon 

Haymes, Carron Radke. Fourth Row: Teresa 

Pruden, Linda Hussey, Donna Morton, Sue Sims, 

Debbie Woodley, Margie Seng. Carol Harrison, 

Cindy Stauffer. Fifth Row: Celia Robnett. Cathy 

Simmons, Stacy Price, Theresa Catron, Karen 

Underhill. Brenda Sims, Lisa Deford. 



SEVENTY-SEVEN 



Y-TEENS WIN AGAIN 




Front Row: Miss Ferebee, Sponsor, Connie Kearns. Krystal Lake, 
Chrys Roon, Kris Heassler, Macy Poulin, Second Row: Sue Rusnock, 
Natalie Schultz, Lee Ann Rusnock, JoAnn Henson, Marie Cox, 
Kathy Armirall, Cathy Chapman, Diane Bulger, Susie Williams. Third 
Row: Katie Todd, Lynn Lee, Lori Walker, Pattie Curran, BeLinda 
McKenzie, Carol Clark, Connie Tuck, Lisa Gradel. Fourth Row: 
Robin Barton, Becky Skiles, Connie Johnson, Mary Womble, Sheryl 
Kirkwood, Pam Younger, Debbie Galvin, Tina Remicci. Fifth Row: 
Patty McKinney. Joyce Turley, Debbie Jones, Sharon Baer. 



Y-Teens? Who are they? Oh, 
the chicks who really know 
what flag football is all about. 
Yes, the Kempsville Y-Teens 
went another year undefeated in 
flag football. This activity has 
been a long standing tradition. 

Along with playing football. 



the Y-Teens also worked with 
underprivileged children. They 
also attended church once a 
month as a group. This year a 
new sponsor was added. Miss 
Patsy Ferebee, helped organize 
many activities along with our 
ever faithful, Mrs. Pam Quinn. 



ACTIVITIES 





ART STUDENTS 




Gooey! 



ENJOY THEIR WORK 





Drip. 




A Masterpiece. 



EIGHTY-ONE 




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ACTIVITIES 




Interests increase 
with developments 



Talent displayed at school. 




EIGHTY-THREE 




Smooth that edge. 



STUDENTS 




ADVANCE 



We made it! 





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ACTIVITIES 




Ping — 



EIGHTY-FIVE 




ROSTER: Melody Bogart, Susan Campbell, Mike 

Crabtree, Chris Doxey, Debra Gross, Carol Harrison, 

Sharon Hickman, Deanna Kuchera, Lea Land, Bob 

McMillen, Donald Moss, Don Simmons, Tom Simmons, 

Vicki Spangler, Randal Watson. 



ROSTER: Deborah Berry, Diana Berry, Keith Bonney, Rodney Boone, Sarah 

Bowling, Milton Brown, Michael Bryant, Dana Cahill, Ronald Collins, Patty Currin, 

Chris Doxey, Ken Edwards, Phyllis Flick, Cheryl Fontanilla. Phyllis Freeman. 

Phillip Fretwell, Randolph Fretwell, Wanda Gatlin, John Gilchrist, Rodney Griffm, 

Anita Hammer, Joan Harris, Beverly Hines, Joy Hodges, Mike Hoppel, Ronald 

Howard, Theresa Hubbard, Lucy Jennings, Sharon Jennings, David Jones, Chere 

Kerns, Deborah Lee, Marvin McCoy, Robin Midgett, James Moyer, Elizabeth 

Noblett, Stacy Price, Debra Rife, Marie Rudy, Mike Sanderson, Natalie Schultz, 

Peggy Smith, Terry Spence, Mickey Stone, Connie Tache, Cathy Tedder, Michelle 

Todd, Joyce Turley, Charles Verget, Frank Welch, Ann Woodruff and Theresa 

Woolard. 




ROSTER: Hopie Ashby, Robin Askew, Vicky Barbee, Spring Bass, Pat Billari, Sarah Bowling, Susan Branch, Kathleen 

Cochran, Carma Cole, Mary Coulange, Barbara Culp, Marsha Cunningham, Susan Dail, Rita Davenport. Deborah Davis, 

Barbara Dozier, Wanda Dozier, Donna Drew, Malvene Freeman, Kathy Friesen, Ann Fuller, Peggy Gardner. Wanda 

Gatlin, Donna Gilchrist, Jewel Gilchrist, Phyllis Gilchrist, Clara Gillespie, Lillian Griffin, Cynthia Hains, Susan Hambling, 

Margie Haynes, Joann Hines, Sharon Hurdle, Louise Hymons. Aleta Jenkins, Debra Jones, Pamela Jones. Verell Jones, 

Emily Jordon, Darlene Kinard, Brenda Knox, Debra Langley, Judy Lannon, Beverly Larry, Brenda Lindamood, Terry 

Miller, Angela Mitchell, Jonnie Moore, Lonna Moore, Leigh Nagle, Karen Nance, Anne Newton. Teresa Overton, Annie 

Parks, Linda Parks, Jennifer Ridinger, Kathy Sacra, Cindy Schwartz, Deborah Seitz, Elizabeth Simmons, Delorise Smith, 

Janet Smith, Jackie Snowden, Sharon Spangler, Cindy Stauffer, Becky Thomas. Sharon Vaughan. Jean Watts. Janice 

White, Brenda Whitfield, Hermette Williams, Mary Williams. 



The Chorus department con- 
tinues to spread song through- 
out the land. The Madrigals 
sang at Disney World in Or- 
lando, Florida last June. This 
past Christmas, they presented 
a special television service. In 
the Spring, they will be singing 
for a National Women's Frater- 



nity at the Cavelier Beach 
Hotel. 

From the mixed chorus, Mike 
Bryant and Mike Crabtree were 
chosen for the All State Chorus. 

These five musical groups are 
under the direction of Lou 
Sawyer. 



CHORUS INCREASES IN QUALITY 




ROSTER: Susan Bates, Diane Bleh, Melody Bogart, Marvin Boggs. Mike Brock, Al Byrum, Leslie 

Calevas, Susan Campbell, Ronald Collins, Barbara Culp. Robin Davis. Debra Dearborn, Barbara 

DeBillis, Nancy Dickinson, Chris Doxey, Patty Dozier, Sharon Drier, Harry Dunstan, Margaret Earl. 

Chris Flemmings, Cheryl Fontanilla. Melissa Forrell. John Gilchrist. Carolyn Gills, Mark Hanawalt, 

Shelia Harold, Carol Harrison, David Hawthorne, Sharon Hickman, Cheryl Hines, Mike Hoppel, Lisa 

Howard, Jim Howerin, Louise Hymons, Robin Jackson, Cathy Jaudon, Charles Jones, Jane Jordan, 

Kevin Kendrick, Deanna Kuchera, Dennis Lainer, Oliver Mayfield, Julianne McConchie, Michele 

McKinnon, Rob McMillen, Brenda Meise. Jean Menge. Debbie Moore. Beth Noblett. Barbara Passaris. 

Loretta Rossi. Mike Sanderson. Quinton Sanderson. Cathy Simmons. Tom Simmons, Brenda Simms, 

Jody Smith, Sammy Snowden, James Staton, Sharon Teagle, Mike Thompson, Pat Thompson, Tina 

Traino, Mary Tuck, Eric Walker, Lori Walker, Mary Wall, Frank Welch, Ellen Wilson, Steve 

Witherington, Mike Harris, Dietrich Hunter, and Matt Petirs. 




ROSTER: Kahty Andrzejewski, Hopie Ashby, Marvin Boggs, Beverly Brock, Steve Carter, 

Alan Clements, Johnny Coates, Ronny Cordon, Belinda Conley, Gary Costner Drenna 

Crumpton, Robin Davis, Nancy Dickinson, Rhonda Ewell, Chris Flemmmg, Leon Freeman, 

Kathy Friesen, Ann Fuller, Carlton Gilchrist, Martha Halvorsen, Steve Hanson, Karen 

Harlen, Shelia Harold. Mike Harris, Beverly Hersch, Cheryl Hines, Terry Jackson, Scherrye 

Jeter Earl Jones, Patty Jones, Phillip Jones, Sherri Joyner, Wilma Lamb, Judy Jannon, lerry 

Lassiter, Steve Leminos, Carol McBride, Frankie McCoy, Denise Meade, Cmdy Meredith, 

Kathy Metzger, Angela Mitchell, James Moore, Pam Morris, Elame Moss, Donna Nussbaum, 

Pat Pugh. Michelle Rimarski, Judy Ruffer, Quniton Sanderson, Becki Scarborough, bddie 

Schumacher, Delorise Smith, Eric Smith, Janet Smith Sammy Snowden, Sharon Stall, Kathy 

Strange, Janice Thomas, Tim Thompson. Sharon Vaughan, Crystal Ward, Janice White. Pam 

Amory, Gilbert Ashby. 



EIGHTY-SEVEN 



ACTIVITIES FOR BAND INCREASE 




Band Roster: 

Keith Collins, Mike Larussa, Nancy Barlow, Chip Batton, Stan Beasley, Melody Barnard, Eddie Blaylock, Mark Boelte, Cindy Bremser, Jim Brewer, 
Jeb Brewer, Nancy Bruce, Mary Brun, Robert Callihan, John Carlo, Jackie Colden, Tina Davis, Rocky DeRentis, Mike Donison, Pat Dudley, Kathie 
Earley, Linda Earley, Terri Edwards, Marjorie Elder, Mike Flynn, Mike Foster, Scott Foxwell, Bert Gates, John Gillikin, Cliff Hardison, Eleish 
Higgins, Tim Johnston, Bonnie Jones, Susan King, Steve Knight. William Knowles, Lisa Krohn, Laura Kubiszewski, James Kuchera, Eric Langelier, 
Barry Leblanc, Bob Lengel, Cindy Lotze, Roger Martin, Beth Mau, Andy Meeks, Steve Minnich, Sherman Montgomery. Pat Newtown, Danette 
Norvill, Margaret O'Neal, Cheryln Pace, John Padget, Mike Padge, Debbie Petterson, John Petterson, Billy Pittman, Pat Pugh, Debbie Poberts, Celia 
Robnett, Stuart Rush. Roland Russell, Mike Schnoebelin, Rick Shelar, Rick Schrock, Mike Simmons, Steve Simpson. Gail Smith. Rick Snyder. Jackie 
Spruill, Jim Sousa, Alva Tarkenton, Karen Taylor, David Tenny, Valerie Tenny, Millard Tenny, Susan Wade. Virgil Walker, Susan Warren, Robert 
Washburn, Janice Wilson, Stephen Vinti. 
Majorette Roster: 

Vickie Williams, Brenda Lindamood, Karen Lindamood, Lee Ann Wright. Cheryl Stevenson. Darlene Stevenson. Jean Lamb. Pam Woolard. Vickie 
Fentress, Pam Kilby. Gaya Anderson. 



ACTIVITIES 



Alright who's the wise guy with the 
bubblegum? 





Sharp turns, good tunes, 
that's two among a dozen out- 
standing features the band dis- 
played this year. 

Money raising events helped 
the band buy new uniforms for 
the ever expanding group. Some 
of the events were, playing for 5 
hours at the Princess Anne 



Road McDonald's and selling 
candy around the community. 

Once again, the band was in- 
vited to march in the Oyster 
Bowl Parade and to play during 
half-time activities. A first, for 
the band this year was the invi- 
tation to play at the Red Wing; 
Hockey Game at Scope. 



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EIGHTY-NINE 




Keep "em high. 



Wrong set of notes? 




Left. Left, Left. Right. Left. 



ACTIVITIES 



HIGH STEPPERS ADD NEW SPONSOR 





Front Row: Karen Lindamood, Vicki Williamson. Second Row: Gaya Anderson, Vicky Stauffer, 
LeeAnn Wright, Pam Kilby, Cheryl Stevenson, Darlene Stevenson, Brenda Lindamood, Pam 
Woolard, Jean Lamb. 



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Creative, well-executed per- 
formances were the results of 
talent, enthusiasm, and long 
hours of practice for this year's 
majorettes. The girls have de- 
monstrated their abilities at 
K.H.S. football games and pep 
rallies. They helped made the 
MacDonald's Band Day a suc- 
cessful, enjoyable experience. 
With the Marching Chiefs, they 
traveled to the University of 
Richmond Band Day competi- 
tion and represented the Uni- 
versity of Maryland at the Oys- 
ter Bowl. Betty Lou Whitford is 
their sponsor. 



A smile can help everything. 



Girls await coming moment. 



NINETY-ONE 



IN SIZE 
AND SKILL 

The 1973-74 Drill Team h; 

had a successful year as a result 
of a great deal of practice. The 
traditional "Arrowhead Coun- 
try" and "El Cumochero" 
Dances were preformed, along 
with new pom-pom and dance 
routines to Joshua and the Horse. 
There were also new marching 
steps added to the list of sequ- 
ences taught to the girls. 

The team of sixty-seven girls 
participated in school, pre-grame 
and half-time activities. The list 
of parades and/or pre-game ac- 
tivities were many: Oyster Bowl, 
Chowan, and a Christmas 
Parade; there was also competi- 
tion in Richmond. The girls also 
sponsored and participated in 
many money-making projects, 
such as a day at MacDonalds. 

The Drill Team is under the 
leadership of co-captains Cheri 
Johnston and Crystal Roon. The 
group is sponsored by Mrs. Sha 
Pyeatte and Mrs. "Sam" Hal- 
lock, with Stephanie Hallock 
being the team's mascot. 



DRILL TEAM GROWS 





Connie Kearns — Secretary, Lori Walker 
Treasurer, Scherrye Jeter — Historian 



Vice-president, Brenda Boyd — President. Kris Heassler — 




Hey Cheri. what's his name! 



Co-captains: Cheri Johnston and Chrys Roon 




Seniors Front Row: Cheri Johnston, Chrys Roon. Second Row: Pam Falls, Sharon Jennings, Mary Kennedy. Bev Larry, Scherrye Jeter, Pam Amory , Jo 
Ann Henson, Ehzabeth Mason, Kathy Armirall, Cathy Chapman, Marta Brown, Anita Lauman. Third Row: Macy Pouhn, Barb Katz, Katny 
Metzger, Debbie Ambrose, Connie Kearns, Laurie Walker, Kris Heassler, Angie Scott, Patrice Bowles, Devon Eldndge, Joyce Turley. 




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Seitz, Candy Wagner, Sarah Bowhng, Karen Kelly. 



NINETY THREE 



DRILL ADOPTS MASCOT 




The giris really got a kick out of Homecoming this \ear. 




Hey Liz would you wait up? 



Oh no! A clog's been on the field! 



SPORTS 




•Race ya" 









JV'S HAVE SUCCESSFUL YEAR 



JV'S GAIN 
NEW SPONSOR 

The Junior Varsity Cheer- 
leaders helped promote spirit 
throughout the school year and 
tried to set good examples for 
the student body to follow. Dur- 
ing the summer the J.V.'s sup- 
ported the Varsity Cheerleaders 
and cheered them on to a first 
place at the Varsity Review. 
The J.V.'s also sponsored a 
hayride for their football players 
after their season. 




To increase school spirit they 
participated in pep rallies and 
Varsity functions. They sup- 
ported the Squires by selling 
programs at one of their games. 
During the year they were asked 
to guide at Parent's Night. In 
all, the J.V. Cheerleaders 
helped Kempsville High School 
through another successful 
year. 



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Excedrin headache 
Number 12. 



NINETY FIVE 




Front Row: Margret Colden, Linda Allen. Second Row: Jennie Ridinger, Cha Cha Hager, Becky Hedstrom. Third Row: 
Robin Wilkinson, Eva Marks, Suzanne Shore, Teresa Lee, Patty Dowdy, Cindy Stone. 




Watcha say boys??? 



GIRLS SUPPORT GUYS 




Rain or not we got to win! 



All right Billy Keep your eyes on the road. 




Celebrate, celebrate, Kempsville's number . . . what??? Touchdown . . . Otherside??? 





Raindrops keep falhng on my head. 



NINETY SEVEN 



The 1973-74 Varsity Cheering 
Squad sponsored the 1973 
Tidewater Varsity Review this 
summer. The review included 
competition among squads 
throughout the area. Kempsville 
is proud to acknowledge their 
Varsity Cheerleaders as first 
place winners in competition. 
The cheerleaders had various 
money making projects during 
the summer and the school year. 

The squad was invited to at- 
tend the Oyster Bowl Parade and 
Game, and brought outstanding 
recognition to the school. 

The squad devised a "Big Sis- 
ter" Plan to promote better rela- 
tions between the J.V. and Var- 
sity squads. The varsity Cheer- 
leaders supported the Virginia 
Squires basketball team by sel- 
ling programs at Scope during 
one of their games. 

The Varsity Cheerleaders have 
tried to support all sports this 
year. They even drove to Wil- 
liamsburg for a ten minute 
Cross Country meet. 




Connie Johnson, Krystal Lake, Tina Snyder, Darlene Booicer, Lynn Lee, Cindy Meredith, 
Janet Hightower, Dede Dandridge, Pam Morris, Katie Todd, Anita Hammer, Irene Morris. 



BIG SISTER PLAN STARTED 




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The Chiefettes added soul and 
rythum to basketball games at 
Kempsville High School this 
year. Their creative dance 
routines provided a musical in- 
terlude for the half-time ac- 
tivities. 

They were sponsored by Mrs. 
"Sam" Hollack. 




Front Row: Donna Gilchrist, Jewel Gilchrist, Sharon Vaughan, Vernell Jones, Melvine Freeman. Second 
Row: Carolyn Gills, Beverly Hines, Hopie Ashby, Angie Mitchell. Third Row: Thressa Overton, Janice 

White, Cheryl Hines. 



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ACKAWAY AND COOK 
HEAD CLASS OF 74 






ROBIN LYNN ACKAWAY 
JANET MARIE COOK 
MARY CLAIRE KENNEDY 
WILLIAM IRVING FOSTER 
DEVON LEIGH ELDRIDGE 
CYNTHIA JANE MEREDITH 
BRITTON LEE GLISSON 
JAMES OTIS COPLEY 
JOEL L. TICATCH 
PETER PAUL RIODENT 
HOLLY J. WILSON 
LORI LOUISE ROBNETT 
CONNIE P. TUCK 
LISA ANNE HOWARD 
MICHAEL ANTHONY O'BRIEN 
WANDA CAROL COWAN 
KATHLEEN ANN BEEBY 
CAROLYN P. GAHAGAN 
SUSAN FAY ATKINS 
GRADY BACKUS HEDGESPETH 
ALAN K. PRICE 
NANCY HILL 
KIMBERLY ANN TURNER 
ROBERT DALE WERNICK 
JAMES H. HARTLEY 
ANGELA ELIZABETH SCOTT 
BARBARA A. MADDRY 
BONNIE GAYLE MARTIN 
SUSAN PAGE BRANTLY 
ROBERT SCOTT FOXWELL 
ROBIN MARIE HUDGINS 
DALYNN PATRICK 
JAMES EUGENE SOVOCOOL 
JEFF JACOB BEATON 
SHIRLEY A. BAZEWICZ 
DONALD M. SIMMONS 
ELIZABETH MARIE MASON 
ANITA LOUISE HAMMER 
LINDA KRAFT 
MELODYE SUE MAYES 



JOHN THEODORE KISH 
KORY KENT DE MUN 
CRYSTAL GAY WARD 
MATTHEW DANIEL STAVISH 
PAMELA ANDREA FALLS 
KRYSTAL ANN LAKE 
CHRYSTAL MARIE ROON 
TERRILE LEE DE COOK 
RITA MULLALY 
DEBORAH L. LEWIS 
STEVEN J. VIPAVETZ 
GREGORY L. WOOTERS 
DANA R. CAHILL 
DAWN M. PATTERSON 
NANCY GRAY MILLER 
SANDRA TAYLOR 
THOMAS ALBEE 
MICHAEL WADE JONES 
STEVEN M. MORELEN 
PAULA SUE PRUDEN 
LISA SUSAN GRADEL 
NANCY ANN LOIZEAUX 
SUSAN LYNN CAMPBELL 
EVELYN LENARD 
KATHY ALMIRALL 
KARON ANN KRZAK 
VERONICA J. WILLIAMS 
MICHAEL J. SCHNOEBELEN 
ELFISH T. HIGGINS 
CHERLY TOMBARGE 
KRISTIN LEE HEASSLER 
KATHLEEN ANN METZGER 
ROSE M. WOOD 
MICHAEL T. BRYANT 
WESLEY LARKIN JONES 
DEBORAH K. WADE 
TERESA KAY BROWN 
TERRENCE JOHN McANDREWS 
ANN G. WELKE 
PATRICE COLLEEN BOWLES 



DEANNA L. KUCHERA 
JANET LEIGH MURPHY 
MILLARD RUSSELL TENNEY 
HOWARD EARL HANBURY 
PAUL LYLE STEVENS 
PAMELA JEAN MURPHY 
STEPHEN K. YOUNT 
PAULINE RENEE TAYLOR 
GERRY LEE SIEBLES 
CATHY IRENE HOFFMAN 
DIANE LOUISE BLEH 
PATRICIA L. PUGH 
STEVEN W. FULLERTON 
JONATHAN McANULTY 
STEPHANIE SHERMAN 
MICHAEL EDWIN BREWER 
CATHY E. FOY 
MARY CATHERINE O'BRIEN 
MELODY JANE BERNARD 
DIANE MARIE McNULTY 
IDA MARIE HARDISON 
KATHLEEN DIANE FOREMAN 
NICHOLAS V. OHARA 
JEFFERY S. BUNCH 
VALERIE L. TENNEY 
DEBORAH WILDMAN 
JANET LYNN MISMAS 
WALTER SIMMONS 
RICHARD E. PROCTOR 
MARK B. OHARA 
SABRINA Y. CAREY 
BART JOHN WHELAN 
SUSAN M. MILLEN 
THOMAS M. CLINE 
LOYD B. HARDISON 
CONSTANCE M. KEARNS 
HUGH NELSON ADCOCK, JR. 
RICHARD A. SUMNER 



10 CHOSEN OUTSTANDING . . 




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BY SENIOR CLASS 



Each year ten seniors are 
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over the years. 

This year's ten seniors are: 
Robin Ackaway, Rick Albee, 
Steve Burbage, Brad Clements, 
Dede Dandridge, Ellis Forbes, 
Grady Hedgespeth, Krystal 
Lake, Cindy Meredith and 
Crystal Ward. 




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Ellis Forbes 



SENIOR CLASS 





ONE HUNDRED SIXTY-THREE 



BURBAGE HEADS CLASS OF 74 



The Senior Class of 1974 was 
an asset to Kempsville High 
School. 

The Class sponsored various 
dances and drives though-out 
the year. 

The class officers worked in 
accord with the class council 
and produced a fantastic Senior 
Class Play and Senior Prom. 
This class, surely, will never be 
forgotten. 




The many faces of Seniors. 




Front Row: President: Steve Burbage. Second Row: Vice-President: Kathy Metzger. Treasurer: Crystal Ward. Historian: Chris Heassler. Secretary: 
DeDe Dandridge. 



SENIORS 




ROBIN LYNN ACKAWAY 
RUTH E. ADAMS 



DONNA MARIE ADCOCK 
HUGH NELSON ADCOCK JR. 



THOMAS FREDRICK ALBEE 
KATHLEEN ALMIRALL 



When am I going to know? 




DEBORAH ANN AMBROSE 
PAMELA SUE AMORY 



VICKI LYN ANDERSON 
WALTON ANDERSON 



RONALD JESTER ASHBEE 
CHRISTOPHER ALAN ASHLEY 



KENNETH LEWIS ASKEW 
JAMES ALAN BABER 



ONE HUNDRED SIXTY FIVE 




GLENN LEE BAILEY 
ROBERT WAYNE BAILEY 



JOY LORRAINE BAKER CYNTHIA ANNE BARNICLE 

RANDOLPH THOMAS BARNES ROBIN LEAH BARTON 



ALLEN MYRON BATEMAN 
KIMBERLY ANN BATES 




SHIRLEY ANN BAZEWICZ 
STAN EDWARD BEASLEY 



JAMES CLAY BEASLEY JR. KATHALEEN ANN BEEBY GERHARD PESCHKE BELL 

JEFF JACOB BEATON JOHN WILLIAM BEELER LOUISE W. BELTRAMI 



SENIORS 




TERESA E. BELTRAMI 
TIMOTHY R. BERKHIMER 



RICHARD LOUIS HERMAN 
MELODY BERNARD 



KEENE JAY BLACK 
LISA ANNE BLACKWELL 



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EUGENE EDWIN BLAYLOCK 




DIANE LOUISE BLLH 
SUSAN ANNE BLILEY 



PEGGY E. BLOUNT 
MELODY JUNE BOGART 



WALTER KEITH BONNhV 
RODNEY EUGENE BOONE 



WILLIAM BENNETT BOSTIC 
MELISSA SUZANN BOWLES 



ONE HUNDRED SIXTY SEVEN 




Senior Rap Session. 



PATRICE COLLEEN BOWLES 
BOBBY SUE BOYD 



BRENDA JO BOYD 
SUSAN PAGE BRANTLY 




PAMELA JEAN BRAY 
ANTHONY MONROE BREEN 



TIMOTHY CARLISLE 

BRENNEMAN 
MARK ROSS BREWER 



ALLEN A. BREWINGTON 
JOHN BRADFORD BRINKLEY 



MICHALE EDWIN BREWER 
TIMOTHY ALLEN BREWER 



SENIORS 




MICHAEL LORERRENZO BROCK MARTA BROWN 

JOHN STEPHEN BROWN MICHAEL STEVEN BROWN 



REBECCA ANN BROWN 
LINDA KAY BRUTCHER 



MICHAEL THOMAS BRYANT 
JOHN ANTHONY BRYZINSKI 




DEBORAH ANN BULASKI 
ROSS ERIK BULGER 



TERESA JAN BULLOCK 
JEFFERY SCOTT BUNCH 



STEVEN DEWEY BURBAGE 
TERESA ANN BURNETTE 



JOHN ROBERT BUSCHER 
NANCY JANE BYRD 



ONE HUNDRED SIXTY NINE 




ALFRED BRITTON BYRUM JR. 

DEBORAH SHARLEEN 

CLAVERT 



DAVID BRIAN CAMPBELL 
JO-ANN CAMPBELL 



SUSAN LYNN CAMPBELL 
TERRY DIANE CARPER 



HOLLY H. CARPER 
LAURIE VIOLA CARPER 




DEBORAH LEE CASWELL 
KATHLEEN CHAPMAN 



RAYMOND H. CHUTE 
DAVID WAYNE CLARY 



DEBBIE PARKER CLEVENGER 
JOANNE COLLEEN CLIFTON 



THOMAS MARK CLINE 
ROBERT WAYNE CLYBURN 



SENIORS 





It makes me happy. 




JOHN WILLIAM COAXES 
JOHN GERALD COBB 



CRAIG JAMES COCHRANE 
KEITH ALAN COCHRANE 



KAREN D. COLE 
CANDY LEAH COOK 



JANET MARIE COOK 
REBECCA LYNN COOK 



ONE HUNDRED SEVENTY ONE 




DEBORAH LYN COONS 
JAMES OTIS COPLEY 



GARY MONROE COSTNER JOHN SHELDON COTTRELL 

VICKI LYNNE COTTON BRUCE RAYMOND COURNOYER 



DEBBIE COURTNEY 
WANDA CAROL COWAN 




Albec, it's Rick! 



MARIE ANN COX STANLEY RAY CREEKMORE 

HOMER CLOWERS CARNE JR. KATHERINE MARIE CRONIN 



NANCY E. CUNNINGHAM 
WYNDHAM LEE CURLES 



SENIORS 




PATRICIA ANNE CURRAN 
WILLIAM ANTHONY CUTRF.LI, 



GASTON FILLMORE 

DALTON JR. 
DFNISF DANDRIDGF 



VIVVFAN LEE DEAN 
MADISON KELLY DEAN 



DEBRA ANNE DEARBORN 
TERRILE L. DECOOK" 




ROCKY N. DERENTIS 
KORY KENT DEMUN 



VIVIAN NELL DEWITT 
THOMAS R. DICKENS 



NANCI L. DICKINSON 
WANDA J. DIXON 



RAYMOND EDAWRD DODD 
BRADLEY SCOTT DODDRIDGE 



ONE HUNDRED SEVENTY THREE 




AIMEE FERINE DOHNER 
SHANNON ANN DOOLEY 



DEBORAH JEAN DOUGLAS 
ROBIN LEE DOUGLAS 



WILLIAM PATRICK DOWNS 
CHRISTOPHER DOXEY 



DAVID THAMES DOZIER 
SHARON LOUISE DRIER 




WILLIAM TIMOTHY EASON 
BRENDA LEE EATON 



JAMES E. EDWARDS 
KENNETH B. EDWARDS 



TERRI LEA EDWARDS 
DEVON LEIGH ELDRIDGE 



MICHAEL OWENS EMRY 
JACK ANTHONY EVELYN 



SENIORS 




PAMELA ANDREA FALLS 
GEORGE T. FARRINGTON 



RICK S. FLYNN LINDSAY PIERCE FORBES KATHLEEN DIANE FOREMAN 

CHERYL DENISE FONTANILLA OSCAR ELLIS FORBES JR KEITH DAVID FORREST 




Loneliness, a deserted hallway. 



ONE HUNDRED SEVENTY FIVE 




WILLIAM IRVING FOSTER ROBERT SCOTT FOXWELL CHRISTOPHER WILLIAM FOY 

STANLEY HERMAN FOSTER CATHY EVLENN FOY LAURA L. FREDRICK 



DELORES V. FREEMAN 
MARK E. FREEMAN 




KATHERINEANNFREISZ EDWARD LFE FULLER ^ARY FRANKLIN GARRISON 

NEILSON GRANT FRUGARD STEVEN WAYNE FULLERTON GAIL PATRICIA GENTRY 



KENNETH LEE GEORGE 
ROBERT ALAN GETRIGE 



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Umm, Lemon! 



ALAN LEE GIBSON 
JOHN HENRY GILCHRIST 




RICHARD GLASER 
BRITTON LEE GLISSON 



DIANA L. GLESPEN 
CHERYL ANN GOODE 



LISA SUSAN GRADEL 
MARCY GRAHAM 



MIKE GRAHAM 
DENNIS EDAWRD GRANGER 



ONE HUNDRED SEVENTY SEVEN 




Well. 1 just don't know! GLENDON EARL GRANDSTAFF 

DEBBIE GRAY 




LINDA ANN GUSTAFSON 
DAVID JAMES HALL 



ROBIN ANN HAMES 
ALICE MARIE HAMILL 



ANITA L. HAMMER 
HOWARD EARL HANBURY 



JANE LORENE HANCOCK 
CATHERINE ELAINE HANNON 



SENIORS 




ROBERT MICHAEL HANSON 
STEVEN MICHAEL HANSON 



CLAUDE A. HARDISON 
IDA MARIE HARDISON 



KAREN LYNNE HARLAN 
SARA JUNE HARLAN 



RICHARD EDWARD HARRIMAN 
CYNTHIA A. HARRIS 




JOAN ELIZABETH HARRIS 
LYNN D. HARRIS 



VANESSA ANNE HARRIS JAMES HOBART HARTLEY SHERYL ANN HAWKINS 

LOYD B. HARRISON CYNTHIA LYNETTE HATCHER WILLIAM MICHAEL HAYNES 



ONE HUNDRED SEVENTY NINE 




KRISTIN LEE HEASSLER ANDREW J. HEINE 

GRADY BACHUS HEDGESPETH MARY CARROL HEINE 



ALLEN L. HENDERSON 
JOANN HENSON 



BEVERLY ANNE HERSCH 
ROBERT L. HICKMAN 




BEN FREDRICK HICKS 
ELISH HIGGINS 



JANET PAULINE HIGHTOWER "^^^rj. nV.^AV.K nr^AQQ 

JAMES MAURY HILL PATRICK EDWARD HILLEGASS 



CHERYL DARl 
DEBORAH SU 



ENE HINES 
E HOBSON 



SENIORS 




JOY LEAH HODGES SARAH KATE HOLMES 

CATHERINE IRENE HOFFMAN WILEY DWIGHT HOOPER JR. 



SUSAN M. HOTCHKIN 
MARK WESLEY HOUCHINS 



DEBORAH HOWARD 
LISA ANNE HOWARD 




THERESA HUBBARD 
ROBIN MARIE HUDGINS 



LENWOODT. HUDSON 
TERl LYNN HUGHES 



ROBIN GIBBS JACKSON 
CATHERINE ELLEN JAUDON 



This is the hving end! 



ONE HUNDRED EIGHTY ONE 




ALETA L. JENKINS 
SHARON LEE JENNINGS 



SCHERRYE LYNNE JETER 
CINDY L. JOHNSON 



S-S-S-E-N-I-I-I-O-R!!! 




CONNIE LOUISE JOHNSON 
DENNIS N. JOHNSON 



WANDA GAIL JOHNSON 
CHERYL LAVERNE JOHNSTON 



TIMOTHY JOHNSTON 
APRIL LYNN JONES 



BONNIE JEAN JONES 
DAVID B. JONES 



SENIORS 




MICHAEL WADE JONES 
PATRICIA RUTH JONES 



STEVEN D. JONES 
WESLEY LARKIN JONES 



WILLIAM ROBERT JORDAL 
BYRON DEAN JORDAN 



MARION JANE JORDAN 
RANDALL ALAN JORDAN 




DWIGHT L. JUSTICE 
PAMELA L. JUSTICE 



SHERRY D. KANOY 
JEAN BARBARA KARTIS 



BARBARA ELLEN KATZ 
CONSTANCE MARIE KEARNS 



KEVIN ONEAL KENDRICK 
MARY CLAIRE KENNEDY 



ONE HUNDRED EIGHTY THREE 




YVONNE L. KIMBLE DEBORAH JEAN KING JOHN THEODORE KISH 

DARLENE MCKAY KINARD DOUGLAS SCOTT KIRBY PENNY ARDELL KLEINKNECHT 



VICKI ANNE KOSTER 
KARON ANN KRZAK 




KAREN LESLIE KUCHARSKI 
DEANNA LYNNETTE KUCHERA 



IRANCI-S KAI HERINE 

KUJAWSKI 
KRYSTAL ANN LAKE 



CATHERINE SUE LAMM 
DEBBIE KAY LANG 



LISA FRANCES LANGELIER 
MICHAEL JOSEPH LANNON 



SENIORS 




BEVERLY ANN LARRY 
GARY D. LASSITER 



TERRY R. LASSITER 
ANITA MARIE LAUMANN 



LYNN MICHELLE LEE 
STEVEN JAMES LEMNIOS 



EVELYN LENARD 
DENISE ANN LEON 




CHRISTIAN LESESNE 
DEBBIE LEWIS 



DEBRA LEE LEWIS 
KAREN JEAN LINDAMOOD 



Otis, what form! 



ONE HUNDRED EIGHTY FIVE 




MICHHLLE MACHAK 
JOYCE E. MADDOX 



ROGER JAY MANDIGO 
TRICIA ROBIN MANN 



BONNIE GAYLE MARTIN 
STEPHEN GOUGLAS MARTIN 



ELIZABETH MARIE MASON 
DOUGLAS JAMES MASSEY 



SENIORS 




I give up! 



MELODYE SUE MAYES 
OLIVER DOUGLAS MAYFIELD 




GAIL MAYTON 
RICHARD ARLEN MAZGAY 



TERRY JOHN MCANCREWS 

JOHATHAN FRANCIS 

MCANULTY 



BRUCE ALLEN MCCARTHY 
KAREN EILEEN MCCARTNEY 



CARON LYNNE MCCLANNAN 
SUSAN BETH MCGOWAN 



ONE HUNDRED EIGHTY SEVEN 




ANNETTF. GLORIA MCDONALD JAMES SAMUEL MCKINNEY 
TERRY R. MCGILL KATHRYN LEE MCNEAL 



STEVE LEE MCMILLEN 
DIANE M. MCNULTY 



SIDNEY MICHAEL MCPHERSON 
DENISE LOUISE MEADE 




LOTTIE I. MEEKS 
BRENDA LOUISE MEISE 



JEAN MAKll. MENGE 
CYNTHIA JANE MEREDITH 



DEBBIE MARIE MERRII 
KATHLEEN ANN METZGER 



JOHN JACK MILEY 
SUSAN MARIE Mil I EN 



SENIORS 



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JEFFREY GEORGE MILLER 
NANCY GRAY MILLER 



THERESA JO MILLER 
JAN LYNN MLSMAS 



CHARLES EDWARD MISUNA 
JACQUELINE KAY MITCHELL 



DEBBIE J. MITCHEM 
JOHN JAMES MIYAGAWA 




DEBBIE JOAN MOORE 
JAMES JACKSON MOORE, III 



JOHN HENRY MOORE 
WILLIAM FRANKLIN MOORE 



JOSEPH MICHAEL MOREAU 
STEVEN M. MORELEN 



PAMELA ANN MORRIS 
PAMELA SUE MORRISON 



ONE HUNDRED EIGHTY NINE 




MIKE ANTHONY MORRISSEY 
JERRY VERN MORROW 



DONALD A. MOSS, JR. 
RITA ANN MULLALY 



ERNEST G. MURRAY 
WILLIAM HOWARD MYNES 



JEANNE MARIE 
ROBIN L. NAGLE 




DEBORAH JANE NANCE 
GREGORY LINDSAY NEAL 



JACKIE ANN NEAL 
ROBERT EARL NEISLER 



REBECCA ANNE NELSON 
STEVEN L. NELSON 



STEVE R. NEWBERN 
CYNTHIA L. NEWSOME 



SENIORS 




Everything is Krystal clear! 



DONNA LYNN NEWSOME 
HAL S. NICHOLS 




POLLY ANN NIELSON DEBBIE OBENAUER MICHAEL ANTHONY O'BRIEN 

ELIZABETH ANNE NOBLETT MARY CATHERINE O'BRIEN JAMES MICHAEL O'HARA 



MARK O'HARA 
SUSAN OLSON 



ONE HUNDRED NINETY ONE 




DAVID ORBAN 
ARLENE QUELL 



LINDA CHRISTINE PARKS 
RITA G. PARKS 



TERESA ANN PASCHALL 
BARBARA S. PASSARIS 



DALYNN PATRICK 
DAWN MARIE PATTERSON 




DONA LORRAINE PAUL 
RAMONA P. PEACOCK 



ROBIN MARIE PEDERSEN 
PAMELA L. PETERS 



CHRIS P. PETERSON 
SHARON ANN PLEDGER 



MARY CECILIA POULIN 
KATHY D. PRICE 



SENIORS 



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RICHARD CARLTON PRICE 
AUBREY POLLARD PRIDDY, JR. 



KAREN KAY PRITCHARD 
RICHARD E. PROCTOR. JR. 



PAULA S. PRUDEN 
PATRICIA L. PUGH 



NENA ANN RAPER 
DIANA LYNN RAUSCHENBACH 




BECKI D. RAY 
ANITA LYNNE REED 



TINA MARIE REMICCI 
CRAIG SCOTT RICE 



DEBRA ANN RIFE 
JAMES DAVID ROACH 



ROBBIE WELDON ROBINSON 
LORA L. ROBNETT 



ONE HUNDRED NINETY THREE 




JAMES P. ROE 
MICHAEL A. ROE 



CHRYSTAL MARIE ROON 
CYNTHIA FAITH ROSS 



LARRY RAY ROSS 
LORETTA A. ROSSI 



JAN COX ROWE 
STEVEN TONEY ROYSTER 




Keep on truckin! 



DEANNE DAWN RYALS 
RICHARD G. SACRA 



SENIORS 







ROBERT HARLEY SAGE 
STEWART WAYNE SASSER 



MATTHEW SANDERSON 
KAREN LOUISE SAWYER 



PATRICIA RENEE SAWYER EDWARD JOHN SCHUMACHER 
MARY C. SCHAFER MICHAEL JEROME 

SCHNOEBELEN 




NATALIE ELIZABETH W. 

SCHULTZ 

ANGELA ELIZABETH SCOTT 



SCOTT D. SELIGMAN 
ELMER VINCENT SENEKER 



DANNY SHANNON 
JERRY E. SHAW 



CHARLES R. SHEELY 
STEPHANIE SHERMAN 



ONE HUNDRED NINETY FIVE 




RAYMOND E. SHIELDS 
SANDRA DAYE SHUE 



ril pick you up Friday at 




TIMOIHY 1 . SHUTTLESWORTH 
GERI LEE SIEBELS 



JEFFREY ALAN SIMONS 
DONALD NATHANIEL SIMMONS 



EDDIE LEE SIMS 

VICTORIA ELIZABETH 

SINGLETON 



DAVID PATIHN SKELLEY 
BECKY LAURAINE SKILES 



SENIORS 




BARBARA G. SMITH 
JULIE ANN SMITH 



PAUL ALAN SMITH 
WILLIAM R. SMITH 



SHIRLEY SUE SMITHSON 
KEITH DALE SODERVICK 



PATRICIA LYNN SOLOMON 
JOYCE PAIGE SOWERS 




JAMES EUGENE SOVOCOOL 
TERRY ANN SPENCE 



WILLIAM OSCAR STAKES, III 
STEVE ELLIS STALLINGS 



NATTHEW DANIEL STAVISH 

SCOTT BRADFORD 

STEPHENSON 



PAUL LYLE STEVENS 

KATHY DARLENE 

STEVENSON 



ONE HUNDRED NINETY SEVEN 




JOSEPH DANA STINSON 
MARK H. STOREY 



KATHERINE BECKHAM 

STRANGE 

RICHARD ALAN SUMNER 



BOYD F. SWARTZ, JR. 
JEFFREY LIN SWEITZER 



SHERRI P. SYPNIEWSKI 
NANCY LEE TAPSCOTT 




DAVID SAMUEL TAYLOR 
ERNEST ALFRED TAYLOR 



KEITH EARL TAYLOR 
LYNN TAYLOR 



MARTIN LEWIS TAYLOR 
PAULINE RENEE TAYLOR 



MILLARD RUSSELL TENNEY 
VALERIE LEE TENNEY 



SENIORS 




He didn't look like that a year ago! 




PAUL DAVID THOMAS TIMOTHY JOHN THOMPSON 

MICHAEL GLEEN THOMPSON JOEL L. TICATCH 



MICHELLE TODD 
CHERYL E. TOMBARGE 



ROBERT VITO TRAINO 
TINA J. TRAINO 



ONE HUNDRED NINETY NINE 




MICHAEL DEAN TRENT 
CONNIE PAIGE TUCK 



JOYCE A. TURLEY 
CHESTER B. TUCKER 



KIMBERLY ANN TURNER 
VERONICA M. TYCIENSKI 



DEBORAH A. TYER 
SUSAN M. URSO 




EZRA MICH VANN 
DEBBY VANWAGNER 



DAVUD BRAIN VENBALE 
DIANE MARIE VERCRUYSSE 



It's all Latin to me. 



SENIORS 




STEVEN J. VIPAVETZ 
DEBORAH D. WESTAL 



DEBORAH KAY WADE 
RICHARD MATTHEWS WADE 



LORI JANE WALKER 
PATRICIA WALL 



CRYSTAL GAY WARD 
ROBERT BLAKE WASHBURN 




SANFORD RUSSELL WATERS PAULA ANN WATKINS ALBERT MCDONALD WEEKS 

ANN WATKINS JAMES EVERETTE WAYMIRE DARRELL LYNN WEGER 



FRANK LESLIE WELCH 
ANN GAIL WELKE 



TWO HUNDRED ONE 




ROBERT DAIL WERNICK 

BARTHOLOMEW JOHN 

WHELAN 



DAVID WARREN WHITE 
JANICE WHITE 



SANDRA KAY WHITE 
PATRICIA K. WHITLEY 



PAMELA SUE WIAN 
DEBORAH WILDMAN 




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MIKE ALONSON WILLIAMS VICKIE ELLA WILLIAMSON 



PAULA MADELINE 

WINDSCHITL 
WILBUR WINSLOW 



Are you talking to me? 



SENIORS 




ELLEN MARIE WILSON 
HOLLY JANE WILSON 



JANICE SANDRA WILSON 
DEBBI WITCHER 



RICHARD GERARD WITTMAN 
EDWARD WAYNE WOMBLE 



MARI ELIZABETH WOMBLE 
KEITH RICHARD WOOD 




It's all in the way you hold your face! 



He what? 



TWO HUNDRED THREE 




He came in . . . 



on the waves. 



SENIORS 




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Even the End is great. 



TWO HUNDRED FIVE 



FLYNN LEADS 
CLASS OF 75 



Brian Abbott 
Monty Adams 
Al Akers 
Becky Alexander 
James Allen 
Mary Ames 
Gaya Anderson 
Kathy Anderson 
John Ashby 

Steve Ashe 
Larry Ashcraft 
Jodie Ausch 
Wayne Austin 
William Austin 
Sharon Baer 
Cathy Baeshore 
Dennis Baker 
Kevin Baker 

Debbie Balleu 
Joe Bamman 
John Bannon 
Frankie Barco 
Katie Barnicle 
Steve Bartz 
Jim Bateman 
Joe Batlagoina 
Walter Beasley 



During the year the Junior 
Class had varied activities such 
as car washes, homecoming Host 
construction which awarded 
them a first place for their entry 
and a dance sponsored by the 
class following a football game. A 
candy sale was held to raise 
money for their Ring Dance. The 
focal point for this year was their 
Ring Dance. 

They would like to thank their 
class sponsors Mrs. Sha Pyeatte 
and Mr. Paul Peter, who have 
been most helpful in guiding the 
Junior Class this year. Their ap- 
preciation is extended to the 
class of '75 for their support 
throughout the year. 




Front Row: Mike Flynn. President, Bob Tata, Vice President. Second Row: Sam Ellis, 
Secretary, Terry Hauck. Treasurer, Karen Turner, Chaplin, Jane Beeby. Historian, Cathy 
Johnson, Historian. 




JUNIORS 




Jane Beeby 
Steve Belbusti 
Ed Bell 
Kay Berger 



Debbie Berry 
Diana Berry 
Rick Berry 
Pat Billari 



Eileen Blair 
Bill Blandenship 
Tim Bloomfield 
Beeky Blount 
Martin Boelins 
Wayne Bogle 
John Boulden 
Sarah Bowling 
Felicia Boyd 

Gwen Braa 
Kim Brace 
Ned Breathway 
Cindy Bremser 
Kathy Brewer 
Rita Brewer 
Eric Bridgeman 
Mark Bridgeman 
Terry Bridgeman 

Norma Brinn 
Deborah Brinson 
Donna Britt 
Nicole Britton 
David Bratherton 
Toni Brown 
Susan Brown 
Nancy Bruce 
Mary Brun 




Debbie Bryant 
Kathy Bryant 
Terri Bryant 
Dianne Bulger 
Carl Bunch 
Gay Burns 
Andy Burroughs 
Rocky Byers 
Debbie Caldwell 

Patricia Lynn Callaway 
Robert Callihan 
Cindy Campbell 
Dan Campbell 
Roger Campbell 
Karen Campbell 
Jeff Cardillo 
Susan Carignan 
Cathy Carrington 

Richard Carper 
David Cartwright 
Mike Casey 
Mary Cassidy 
Greg Castleberry 
Geralyn Cathey 
Teresa Catron 
Doug Cecil 
Shawn Chambers 



TWO HUNDRED SEVEN 



Carol Clark 
Lynn Clark 
Suzanne Clark 
Barbara Cole 
Carma Cole 
Ronald Collins 
Jenny Comer 
Francis Condon 
Greg Colklin 

Carol Connelly 
Julie Connor 
Tim Cook 
Wayne Cooke 
Pam Cooper 
Brenda Counoyer 
Cindy Cox 
Ed Cox 
Mike Crabtree 

Jerry Crain 
David Crane 
Sandy Cressman 
Arthur Cullers 
Barbara Culp 
Lorraine Cutler 
Phil Dail 
Paul Daniels 
James Daugherty 




Cindy Davis 
Danny Davis 
Donell Davis 
Tina Davis 
Barbara Debellis 
Shannon Delaney 
John DeMare 
Victor DiPace 
Sarah Dobson 



JUNIORS 




George Doerfler 
Laura Donovan 
Patty Dozier 
Wanda Dozier 
Jay Dunbar 
Tony Duvall 
Bill Duxberry 
Peggy Earl 
Kim Earley 

Steve "Corky" Earp 
Leroy Edmonds 
Lynn Edmunds 
David Ellis 
Lynn "Sam Ellis 
Tony Ellis 
Shawn Fannin 
Betsy Fields 
Susan Fink 

Chris Fleming 
Phyllis Flick 
Craig Floyd 
David Fluty 
Mike Flunn 
Norma Foreman 
Melissa Forrell 
John Forrest 
Lee Fowler 



Keith Foy 
Tom Francis 
Bill Freeman 
Leon Freeman 
Phyllis Freeman 
Kathy Freese 
Randy Fretwell 



Don Froelick 
Lynn Fulghum 
Teresa Funderburk 
Brent Gable 
Debbie Galvin 
Bobby Gardner 
Dale Gauthier 



Clara Gillespie 
David Gilliam 
John Gillikin 
f Faith Gittinger 
Rusty Godfrey 
Mike Gooding 
Vicki Goodman 



Don Gordon 
Tim Grandstaff 
Valerie Grant 
Jamie Gray 
Steve Gray 
Susan Greene 
Rodney Griffin 



Ray Grodin 
Debbie Gross 
Cindy Guess 
Skip Guess 
Teresa Gupton 
Nancy Guyton 
Denise Hall 
Ricky Halprin 
Julie Halsey 



TWO HUNDRED NINE 



Claudia Ham 
Shelley fiamill 
Kathy Hammer 
Bruce Hamilton 
Greg Hamilton 
Pat Hardy 
Rick Harper 
Alan Harrell 
David Harrington 

Jody Harris 
Mike Harris 
Carol Harrison 
James Harvey 
Tess Harvey 
Michael Haskett 
Terry Hauck 
David Hawthorne 
Sharon Hickman 

Ray Higgins 
David Hill 
Vickie Hodge 
Ricky Hodges 
Linda Holland 
David Hooper 
Mike Howard 
Pam Howard 
Ron Howard 

Jack Howlett 
Dana Jackson 
Don Jackson 
Teresa Jackson 
Terry Jackson 
Sherri Joyner 
James Jenkins 
Lucynthia Jennings 
Cindy Jernigan 



Cindy Jernigan 
Cathy Johnson 
Jennifer Johnson 
Mike Johnson 
Charles Jones 
Dana Jones 
Kevin Jones 
Emily Jordan 
Janet Jorgenson 

Brian Kalman 
Steve Kappler 
Edward Kelleher 
David Keller 
Andrea Kelly 
Paul Kelly 
Terri Kemp 
Mike Kenahan 
Greg Kimmons 

Charles King 
Tia King 

Shawna Kirkwood 
Sheryl Kirkwood 
Gail Knight 
Bill Knowles 
Cindy Kraft 
Sandy Kramer 
Laura Kubiszewski 

Kathy Lacey 
Joe Lahouchuc 
Harold Laibstain 
Jean Lamb 
Tracy Lamm 
Lee Land 
Larry LaRossa 
Steve LaRossa 
Sharon LeBlanc 




SOPHOMORES 




Gayle Leccese 
Bruce Lee 
Carol Lee 
Chuck Lee 
Debbie Lee 
Lori Lee 
Bob Lengel 
Keith Libick 
Cheryl Liebold 

Wayne Listol 
Les Liverman 
Cindy Luciano 
Pat Lynch 
Cindy Lyon 
Paula Mackey 
Gayle Maddox 
Phyllis Malewich 
John Manus 

Karen Manby 
Butch Manning 
Angelo Manuel 
Randy Markwardt 
Roger Martin 
Roger Martin 
Carol Mason 
Roger Mau 
Marvel Mayfield 

Robert McMillian 
Jeannie McLemore 
Michelle McKinnon 
Kathy McKewen 
Belinda McKenzie 
Marsha McHorse 
George MacDonald 
Danny McDonald 
Barry McCoy 

Terri McCord 
Robin McAlea 
Carol McBride 
Mike McCann 
Tracie McClannan 
Mark Meeker 
Kristy M«ekins 
Mike Merrill 
Debbie Middleton 



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Robin Midgett 
Lee Ann Midgette 
Robert Miller 
Vivian Minnick 



Steve Minschke 
Rex Mitchell 
Jenny Model 
Patty Moerschell 



Sherman Montgomery 
Jonnie Moore 
Karen Moore 
Mary Beth Morgan 



Steve Morris 
Donna Morton 
Elaine Moss 
Ken Mucullough 



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TWO HUNDRED ELEVEN 



Mike MuUins 
Dotty Murphy 
Kristen Murphy 
Bill Myers 
Larry Mynes 
Kevin Myrick 
John Nielsen 
Mark Nachman 
Connie Nominsky 

Karen Nancel! 
David Nelson 
Anne Nehies 
Mary Newkirk 
Anne Newton 
Mike Newton 
Cathy Nichols 
Debbie Nicholas 
Donna Nussbaum 

Niel Oatley 
Debbie Oalman 
Bob O'Brien 
Scott Oertel 
Scott O'Hara 
Mike Olenik 
Mary Olsen 
Linda Overton 
Debbie Owens 

Jamison Padget 
Mike Padgett 
Marie Parrish 
Vicky Parvin 
Bill Peacock 
John Perkins 
Debie Peterson 
John Peterson 
Pat Peterson 

Loreli Pettigrew 
Dianne Phelps 
Joyce Phdps 
Robbie Pieou 
John Pierce 
Maria Pierce 
CoUen Pierson 
Joy Piland 
Christy Plant 

Randy Plant 
Ric Plante 
Nancy Pope 
Norman Poulin 
Pam Powell 
Robert Preston 
Joanne Privitera 
Larry Proctor 
Michelle Protsman 



Mike Puopolo 
Arlene Quell 
Kathy Quidley 
Judith Randolph 



Paul Reedis 
karen Reis 
Brenda Repass 
Guy Rhodes 



Kathy Ries 
Mark Rimarski 
Terry Ripski 
Larry Ritch 




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Sooner or later, you'll run into someone. 



JUNIORS 





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Debbie Roberts 
Don Roberts 
Don Robison 
Rob Robinson 
Joan Rodgers 



John Rooney 
Dan Rossi 
Diane Rudy 
Marie Rudy 
Chris Ruffin 



Chris Russell 
Roland Russell 
Steve Sabine 
Debbie Sadler 
Stephanie Sage 



Kenny Samet 
Ella Sanerson 
Monica Sanidas 
Vickie Sargent 
Larry Sarosdy 



Julie Sayre 
Becky Scarborough 
Bobbye Schroeder 
Kelly Schwendeman 
Michael Scotece 



I'll move if you move 




Claren Scott 
f ^ ^ Debbie Seitz 
Margie Seng 
Cheryl Sherman 
Wayne Shields 
James Sibley 
Neal Silas 
Cathy Simmons 



Chris Simmons 
Michael Simmons 
Tom Simmons 
Brenda Simms 
Glenda Simons 
Sue Sims 
Susan Sleeman 
Mike Slemp 



Angela Smith 
Cindy Smith 
Gail Smith 
Jeff Smith 
Ken Smith 
Norma Smith 
Rosemary Smith 
Jeff Smithdeal 



TWO HUNDRED THIRTEEN 



RING DANCE ss 



Peggy Smith 
Robin Jean 
Jay Snyder 



Tina Snyder 
Tom Spencer 
Jackie Spruill 



Sharon Stall 
Joe Stanislow 
Randy Stark 



James Staton 
Denise Stavenger 
Susan Steinfield 



Steve Stephenson 
Matt Steward 
Rona Stiff 
Sandra Stinson 
Mickey Stone 
Kathy Stout 
Kandy Strange 
Pat Stump 
Mark Sullivan 

Jim Summerlin 
Lee Sundstrom 
John Sweeney 
Lynn Szucs 
Alonzo Tabron 
Emma Tabron 
Connie Tache 
Barry Tait 
Alva Tarkington 



Donna Taylor 
Lee Taylor 
Pam Taylor 
Sharon Teagle 
Cathy Tedder 
Scott Temple 
Phil Templeton 
David Tenney 
Linda Thomas 

Ricky Thomas 
Sandy Thompson 
Laura Thorne 
Cindy Thurston 
Katie Todd 
Sandy Tombarge 
Cindy Trott 
Kathy Tuck 
Percy Turner 




SOPHOMORES 




Billy Tyree 
Wayne Umplett 
Glenn Soloman 
Vicki Spangler 
Karen Underbill 
Mary Ussery 



Sharon Vaughn 
Charles Verget 
Michael Voight 
Nancy Wade 
Candy Wagner 
Trudi Wagner 



Andrea Walker 
Jackie Walsh 
Mary Lou Waltz 
Ardene Warren 
Susan Warren 
Lee Waymire 



Flip Webb 
Steve Webb 
Debbie Weddle 
Bill Wells 
Sue Wernimont 
Brenda White 









Gwen White 
Pam Whitaker 
Mark Wilcox 
Jack Wilder 
Bobby Williams 
Cheryl Williams 
Curt Williams 
Judith Williams 
Nancie Williams 

Ralph Williams 
Sandy Williams 
Vanessa Williams 
Kathy Willson 
John Wilson 
Pam Wilson 
Ray Wilson 
Phil Windschitl 
Tom Wittman 



Donna Wooddell 
Debbie Woodley 
Robert Womack 
Sandy Woolard 
Theresa Woolard 
Buddy Wyatt 
Ken Wyatt 
Lori Yenowine 
Judy Jetter 



Pam Younger 
Mike Yurso 
Mike Hoppel 
Kevin Walck 



TWO HUNDRED FIFTEEN 



CLASS OF 76 GROWS IN NUMBER 



Jenny Ackaway 



Billy Adams 



Linda Adaois 






The Class of '76 entered their 
first year at Kempsville High 
with the usual sophomore en- 
thusiasm. The large size of the 
class plus the leadership of its 
officers contributed to the mak- 
ing of a successful year. 

The year started with the 
building of the Homecoming 
float. Much time and effort was 
spent on it and the result was a 
great float. 

The class used a doughnut 
sale and other activities such as 
selling spirit license plates to 
raise money which was used to 
finance several dances. 

The class of 76's first year at 
Kempsville High was a success- 
ful and memorable one. Thanks 
to the enthusiasm of the stu- 
dents and the help and guidance 
of their sponsor. Mrs. E.E. 
Cary. 




Front row: Paul Crabtree, President Katherine Sievers, Secretary. 
Second row: Karen Gunter, Treasurer Basil Gray, Vice President. 
Sponsor: Lisa Cary 



Pat Adams 
Raymond Adams 
Nancy Alden 
Christina Alexander 
Tim Alexander 
Elaine Ailcox 
Cheryl Allen 
Linda Allen 
Pam Allen 



Mike Amburn 
Julie Anderson 
Rhonda Anderson 
Kathleen'Andrzejewski 
Kathy Armstrong 
Linda Arnold 
Anne Arthur 
Cheryl Aschew 
Darlene Ashby 

Teresa Ashley 
Debbie Atkins 
Vicki Baker 
Cindy Baldwin 
Gene Ballard 
Rebie Bancroft 
Vicky Banbee 
Mike Barlow 
Nancy Barlow 




SOPHOMORES 







Cathy Barnhill 
Cindy Barnette 
Andy Barton 
Lambert Basnight 
Lynn Battaglino 
Chip Batton 
Deanna Baum 
Linda Sue Beale 
Tim Beale 

Steve Beasley 
Leslie Heeler 
Ernest Bensen 
Craig Bernick 
Karen Betz 
Sharon Birge 
Jim Bishop 
Gail Blair 
Mike Blankenship 

Laura Bleh 
Mary Blessing 
Kim Bloxsom 
Jo Ann Boelens 
Mark Boelte 
Nancy Boetcher 
Debbie Bogert 
Jim Boogades 
Bob Bostic 

Kathy Boyd 
John Boyce 
Mike Boynton 
Steve Boynton 
Craig Bram 
Sue Branch 
Leslie Braver 
Keit Brechtelsbauer 
Angela Bremsen 

Angie Brewer 
Gaye Brewer 
Jack Brewer 
Jim Brewer 
Jane Brewington 
Ann Brewster 
Ted Bridgeman 
Teresa Bridgeman 
Patty Briley 

Susan Brink 
Jennifer Brooks 
Micah Brooks 
Michelle Brown 
Barry Burnette 
Coley Burnette 
Steve Burnette 
Susan Burns 
Roxanne Bryant 



Karen Clavert 
Cherry Camancho 
Kaye Campfield 
Frank Canballo 
Tom Cannon 
Pam Carter 
Andres Capetanakis 
Ronnie Capps 
Andy Caputo 

Jonh Carlin 
Gretchin Carter 
Steve Carter 
Pat Casey 
Carolina Casias 
Steve Celey 
Rodger Chilcoat 
Tom Civilli 
Tom Civilli 



TWO HUNDRED SEVENTEEN 



Margie Claxton 
Alan Clements 
Cathy Cloninger 
Patricia Cloninger 
Robert Cobbler 



Cathy Cochran 
Margaret Colden 
Ron Collins 
Laura Commodore 
Leroy Connell 



Leslie Cook 
Linda Cook 
Ronnie Cordon 
Patty Coster 
Mary Conghlin 



Mary Coulange 
Becky Cowan 
Paul Crabtree 
Paul Crane 
Fred Crawford 



Cathy Creef 
Mark Cronce 
Betty Cross 
Craig Cross 
June Crumpton 



Tom Cullen 
Scott Cummings 
Mary Cunningham 
Mark Curling 
Troy Curling 



Kathy Curran 
Farron Daccus 
Susan Dail 
Helen Daley 
Kathy Daniel 



James Davenport 
Debbie Davis 
Susan Davis 
Vanessa Davis 
Nick Decher 



Lisa Deford 
Doug Demun 
Ray Denton 
Wayne Dextradcur 
Billy Deyncourl 



SOPHOMORES 





Linda Diaz 
Mike Disperto 
Mike Donison 
P.J. Dooiey 
Denise Doriand 
Patty Dowdy 
Steve Dowdy 
Jean Doyle 
Francis Draper 

Bob Dreano 
Donna Drew 
Sam Driscoll 
Tricia Dudley 
Keith Dunn 
Harry Dunstan 
Vicki Edelen 
Marjie Elder 
David Ellis 

Mike Evans 
George Everett 
Erica Eyer 
Nancy Fahnley 
Kevin Farmer 
Scott Fayna 
Don Feci 

Beradette Felczuk 
Jeff Fisher 



Steve Fimian 
Cathy Fitzgerald 
Annette Flanagan 
Donna Flanagan 
Bill Flemming 
Helen Fontaine 
Chris Forrest 
Mike Foster 
Ronny Foster 

Debbie Foy 
Jean Fruit 
Steve Fugh 
Ronnie Fuller 
Virby Fentress 
David Flynn 
Randy Flynn 
Jimalee Franklin 
Tom Gahajan 

Curtis Garris 
Leigh Garvey 
Bert Gates 
Shane Gattstein 
Teresa Genovese 
John Gibson 
Dan Gilbreath 
Carlton Gilchrist 
Phyliss Gilchrist 

Bob Gillen 
David Gillin 
Tammy Gingerich 
Connie Gladfelter 
Tracy Godfrey 
Debbie Godley 
Charles Goodwin 
Julie Grace 
Kenny Graham 

Steve Grandstaff 
Susan Grant 
Basil Gray 
Connie Gray 
Sid Gray 
Lisa Green 
Mark Griffan 
David Grifin 
Lillian Griffin 



TWO HUNDRED NINETEEN 



Mike Griffin 
Robert Griminger 
Sissie Gwin 
Cha Cha Hager 
Cindy Hains 



Barbara Hall 
Linda Hall 
Lisa Hall 
Susan Halsey 
Martha Halvorsen 



Susan Hamblin 
Brian Hamilton 
Mark Hanawalt 
Shanon Hanson 
Cliff Hardison 



Beth Harnagel 
Robin Harper 
Robert Harrell 
Anne Harriman 
Marie Harrington 
Terry Harrington 
Debbie Harris 
Debbie Harris 
Wayne Hatcher 



David Hayes 
Margie Haynes 
Bill Hazlett 
Terry Heath 
Becky Hedstrom 
Karen Hendricks 
Pat Henry 
Glenn Herdon 
Marc Heroux 

Pam Herrick 
Nikki Hewitte 
Teah Hewitt 
Gayle Hickman 
Sandy Hicks 
Yvette Hightowei 
Harold Hill 
Beth Holland 
Vicki Holmes 

Diane Hopkins 
Don Hoppel 
David Horton 
llene Horwitz 
Scott Houchins 
Jim Howerin 
Bill Howie 
Terry Hoycs 
Stan Hubbard 

Kay Hudgins 
Keith Hudson 
Greg Hughes 
Lance Hughes 
Cathy Hull 
Sharon Hurdle 
Lewis Hutchison 
Louise Hymons 
Jeff Jackson 



JUNIORS 








Glenn Jackson 
Rick Jacquin 
Lisa Jaeger 



Cathy James 
John Jenkins 
Phyllis Jenkins 



Regina Jennings 
Debbie Johns 
Cindy Johnson 



David Johnson 
Sandra Johnson 
Cheryl Johnston 
Steve Johnston 
Tom Johnston 
Cindy Jones 
Debbie Jones 
Debbie Jones 
Lyn Jones 




Pam Jones 
Pete Jones 
Verryl Jones 
Kelly Jordaon 
Clemintine Joyner 
Patty Keenahan 
Cathy Keller 
Karen Kelley 
Karen Kelley 

Paul Kelly 
Bruce Kendrick 
Doug Kendrick 
Bill Keys 
Pam Kibley 
Susan King 
Greg Kirby 
Michelle Kish 
Beth Klompus 

Diana Knaus 
Ginger Knaus 
Angela Knight 
Darlene Knight 
David Knight 
Jo Knight 
Jeff Knowles 
David Koehler 
Charles Kucharsbi 

James Kuchera 
Regina Kunschman 
Lisa Krohn 
Arleen Krzak 
Gregory Lamb 
Lisa Langerbach 
Dennis Lanier 
Cindy Lansford 
Mike Larussa 



TWO HUNDRED TWENTY ONE 



Bill Latham 
Greg Laprevotte 
Debra Laumann 



Teresa Laws 
Barry LeBlanc 
Brian Lee 



Don Lee 
Ed Lee 
Teresa Lee 



Robin Leggett 
Rachel Lemon 
Teresa Lengel 



Denise Lewis 
Robert Lewis 
Cliff Libbey 



Frank Lilley 
Brenda Lindamood 
Pam Lindly 



Perry Llewellyn 
Burt Lloyd 
David Loizeaux 



Denise Long 
Karen Lorkiewicz 
Cindy Lotze 



Clyde Loving 
Diane Lovitt 
Tricia Lovitt 




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SOPHOMORES 




Asa Lowe 
Cindy Lowry 
Kathleen Lucas 
Mike Luning 
Paula Lupton 
Brian Lynch 
Amy Maaske 
Phil! Macheck 
Susan Malewich 

Tamara Mangum 
Greg Marshall 
Dave Martin 
Eva May 
Mike Matthews 
Beth Mau 
Marise Maudlin 
Mindy McAnulty 
Kathy McArthur 

Dennis McCarthy 
Kim McCauley 
Beth McConchie 
Cheryl McConkey 
Chris McCoy 
Cynthia McCoy 
Marvin McCoy 
Steven McCoy 
George McCormick 

Ken McDougal 
Rhonda McGinnis 
Marsha McHorse 
Patty McKinny 
Jeff McKenzie 
Kathy McKewen 
Beth McKnown 
Sherry McManus 
Donna McNair 

Marcia McNelly 
Wayne McPherson 
Donna McQueen 
Marie McQuitty 
Jim McWhorter 
Ricki Medina 
Andy Meeks 
Dianne Merritt 
Barbara Millen 



Kathy Miller 
Marshall Miller 
Gail Minkin 



Craig Mitchell 
R - ) '^ Elaine Mitchell 
^. ' ' Jeff Mitchell 



Kaye Miqagawa 
Marissa Moll 
Bill Monroe 



TWO HUNDRED TWENTY THREE 



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Gary Moore 
Mike Moore 
Mike Moore 
Ricky Moore 
Sherri Moore 



Cathy Morgan 
Ronnie Morris 
David Morton 
Tommy Morton 
Tom Morton 



Melinda Mosser 
Mark Motley 
Mason Moton 
Mike Moyer 
Patricia Mueller 



Cathy Mullally 
Chuck Mullican 
Susan Mumford 
Tom Murray 
Leigh Nagle 




Kathy Neal 
Alan Newsome 
Gloria Newton 
Kevin Newton 
Pat Newton 



Rex Nickerson 
Ken Noble 
Charlie Nottingham 
James Oehrli 
Jim Olds 



Rex Olson 
Margaret O'Neil 
Michele Ormond 
Vickie Ott 
Alan Outlaw 



Cheryln Pace 

John Padgett 
Brcnda Parenti 
Robin Parr 
Jackie Parris 



Donna Parret 
Barbara Jo Parsons 
Gus Passaris 
Kathy Patterson 
Leslie Payne 









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Thank goodness it's over. 




JUNIORS 



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Cathy Pearson 
Bill Pederson 
David Peeples 
Andrea Pell 
Cere Perry 
Pat Peterson 
Sheryl Pfleiger 
Barry Philips 



Jody Pickens 
Joanne Pinkham 
Billy Pittman 
Karen Pittman 
John Place 
Cindy Pledger 
Sandy Poff 
Debbie Poole 



Peggy Poore 
Carolyn Porter 
Leigh Powell 
Joe Priddy 
Beverly Price 
Donna Price 
Kim Price 
Stacey Price 



Starlyn Price 
Debbie Pricenski 
Lee Pritchard 
Tammy Pritchard 
Teresa Pruden 
Carol Radke 
Larry Rankin 
Sheryl Rau 



Frankie Reid 
Dirk Rhodes 
Jim Richard 
Janet Richardson 
Rick Richards 
Tim Richardson 
Tom Richardson 
Kathy Richgels 
Debbie Riddle 

Robin Riddel 
Mike Ridge 
Jennie Ridinger 
Jim Riester 
Michelle Rimarski 
Karen Ripski 
Dave Robbins 
Pamela Roberts 
Claudia Robertson 

Jeff Robinson 
Karen Robinson 
Lynn Robinson 
Mike Robinson 
Elaine Rodgers 
Celia Robnett 
Sweats Rogers 
Connie Rogerson 
Cindy Rohde 

Linda Rooks 
Phillip Roon 
Vicki Roper 
Gary Rothman 
Ricky Rouse 
Debbie Rudisill 
Judy Ruffer 
Stuart Rush 
Sandy Russ 



TWO HUNDRED TWENTY FIVE 



Kathy Sacra 
Belinda Sadler 
James Sanderlin 
Daryl Sasser 
Debbie Sasser 
Jane Sassone 
Donna Saunders 
Susan Scarano 
Lana Scarborough 

Ann Schafer 
Wayne Schneider 
Rick Schrock 
Cindy Schwandt 
Mark Schwartz 
Ed Scharz 
Jim Scott 
Dan Scott 
Valerie Shapiro 

Dana Snapp 
Bill Shears 
Rick Shelor 
Evalene Shepard 
Phyllis Sherrod 
Suzanne Shore 
David Shores 
Tiff Shuttlesworth 
JoAnn Siebles 



Bob Simmer 
Beth Simmons 
Carrie Simpkins 
Steve Simpson 
Royce Singleton 
Diana Sisk 
Donna Skolnick 
Keith Smaltz 
Craig Smith 

Joey Smith 
Migenly Smith 
Peggy Smith 
Steve Smith 
Jackie Snowden 
Rick Snyder 
Russ Snyder 
Harriet Soule 
James Sousa 

Debbie Spade 
Sharon Spangler 
Cynthia Spence 
Cindy Spruill 
Cindy Spurill 
Sharon Spruill 
Linda Stamer 
Connie Stanley 
Cindy Stauffer 




Come on, the game's not that bad. 



SOPHOMORES 





John Steadman 
Loretta Stephens 
Mark Stevens 
Cheryl Stavenson 
Bill Stewart 
Michael Stewart 
Cindy Stone 
Jackie Strickland 
Cindy Sumner 

Don Sutton 
Cindy Swack 
Bobby Swoope 
Jeff Tackett 
Sharon Tappman 
Vicki Tatem 
Carl Taylor 
Garland Taylor 
Timmy Taylor 

Ray Taylor 
Randy Tedder 
Carol Tegeler 
Vincent Tenny 
Sherry Terrell 
Jack Thomas 
Billie Thompson 
David Thompson 
Pat Thompson 



Terry Thompson 
Jodi Thorstenson 
Debbie Thrift 
Cheryl Thurston 
Brian Todd 
Patti ToUe 
Roger Tolley 
Chris Trager 
John Turek 

Bill Turley 
Cathy Turner 
Kirk Turner 
Stacy Turpin 
Doug Tuturiler 
Terri Upshur 
Cindy VanAustin 
Rudolphine VanHolthe 
Wayne VanHoy 

Christi VanPelt 
Mark VanPelt 
James Vaughan 
Shane Vassar 
Kenny Vick 
Steve Vinti 
Kristi Wade 
Sherry Wade 
Susan Wade 




Jeff Walch 
Eric Walker 
Sherri Walker 



Virgil Falker 
Brian Wall 
Joni Wallace 



Sheree Wallace 
Glen Walls 
Howard Ward 



Jean Watts 
Ron Weaver 
Russ Weaver 



Junior Weddle 
Julie Wells 
Carol White 



Cindy White 
Kevin White 
Laurie White 



Richard Whiting 
Virginia Wilcox 
Bobby Wulliams 




Michael Williams 
Mike Williams 




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Peggy Williams 



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Robin Wilkinson 
Jan Willson 
Dennis Wilson 



eireg Winfield 
Tom Winslow 
Teri Woodley 



Robert Woodruff 
Linda Woolard 
Pam Woolard 



Donnie Wooten 
Vickie Worley 
Tom Worst 



David Wright 
Helen Yoder 
Roger Young 



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Robert Younger 
Dana Zacharias 
David Zacharias 



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Debbie Zukel 



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ACKAWAY, ROBIN LYNN — Art Glut 2.4; 
National Honor Society 3,4; Ten Outstanding 
Senior 4; Spanish Club 2; Kempsville Scholas- 
tic Team 2,3,4; Tidewater Scholastic Team 4 
ADCOCK, HUGH NELSON — Chess Club 
2,3; Forensics 3; SCA Representatives 4. 
ALBEE, THOMAS F. — J.V. Cross Country 
2; Boys State 4; National HONOR Society 3,4, 
President 4; SCA Representative 3,4; 
Homecoming Chairman 4; Senior Play Crew 4; 
President Senior Council 4; SCA Executive 
Council 4; Junior Class Council 3; Ten Out 
Standing Senior 4. 
ALLARD, ROSE MARIE 
ALMIRALL, KATHLEEN — Drill 3,4; Na- 
tional Honor Society 3,4; Pep Club 2; Powder- 
puff Football 4; Y-Teens 4; Junior Achievment 
2, Secretary 2. 

AMBROSE, DEBORAH ANN — Drill 3,4; 
GAA 2,3, Pep Club 2,3; PowderPuff Football 
3,4; Tri-Hi-Y 3,4; Debbie & Jack. 
AMORY, PAMELA SUE — Chorus 4; Drill 
3,4; French Club 2,3, 4; Image Staff 4; Powder- 
puff Football 3,4; Tri-Hi-Y 3,4; Treasurer 4; 
Senior Honor Program 4; Graduation Commit- 
tee 4; Pam & Tim. 

ANDERSON, VICKl LYN — Drill 3,4; GAA 
2,3; Powderpuff Football 4; SCA Representa- 
tive 2,3,4; Spanish Club 2; Tri-Hi-Y 4; 
ANDERSON. WALTON — Basketball 3.4; 
Chess Club 2.3; German Club 3; 
ASHBEE, RONALD JESTER 
ASHBY, JASPER TYRONE 
ASBY, MARVIN JERRY — D.E. 4; Indoor 
Track 3,4; Track 2,3,4; 
ASHLEY, CHRIS ALAN — 
ASKEW, KENNETH LEWIS 
ATKINS, SUSAN FAY — GAA Social Chair- 
man 2, Vice-Pres. 3,4; Girls Basketball 4; Hoc- 
key 2.3,4; NHS 3, Treasurer 4. 
AUSTIN, VALERY — German Club 2, Sec- 
retary 3,4 Treasurer Representative, Library 
Helper 2; Pep Club 2, SCA Representatives 3. 
AXT, WALTER, JOHANNES PETER 
BAKER, JAY LARRAINE — D.E. 4; 
BALLEY, GLENN LEE — D.E. 2. 
BAILEY. ROBERT WAYNE — Baseball 4; V. 
Football 3.4; JV Baseball 2; JV Football 2. 
BARBER. CARL ALAN 
BAENHILL, DEBEA KAY 
BARNES. RANDOLPH THOMAS — Drama 
2,3,4; FBLA 2,3, pres.; SCA 3,4; Spanish Club 
2,3; Thespians 2.3,4. 
BARROW, MIKE F 

BARTON, ROBIN LEAH — Pep Club 2,3; 
Powderpuff Football 3; V. Cheerleader 3; 
Y-Teens 3. 

BATEMAN, ALLEN — NJROTC 3,4. 
BATES, KIMBERLY ANN — Library Helper 
4. 

BAYNARD, LANA PATRICIA — GAA 2,3,4. 

BAZEWICZ, SHIRLEY ANN — GAA 4; 

Spanish Club 2. 

BEASLEY, STAN EDWARD — Band 2,3,4. 

BEATON, JEFF JACOB — Debate 3,4; Drama 

3,4; Forensics 3,4; Girls and Boys State 4; NHS 

4; Rutabaga Fudge 4; SCA Rep. 3,4; Tennis 

3,4; Thespians 4; Who's Who, V.F.W. 

Speeches Award 

BECK, SHARON ANN — Chorus 3. D.E. 3,4. 

BELL, GERHARD PESCHKE 

BERKHIMER. TIMOTHY R 

BERMAN, RICHARD LOUIS — Spanish Club 

2. 

BLADE, KEERE J — Band 2,3; Library 

Helper 2. 

BLACKWELL, LISE ANNE — GAA 2; 

Y-Teens 4; FHA 3,4. 

BLANK, LEE L — Track 4. 

BLAYLOCK, EUGENE EDWIN — Band 

2,3,4. 

BLEH, DIANE LOUISE — Chorus 4; Foren- 
sics 2; NHS 4; Spanish Club 4; SCA Officer 4. 

BLILEY, SUSAN ANNE 

BOGART, MELODY JUNE — Chorus 2,3.4; 

Drama 2; Madricals 4. 

BOGGS. MARVIN — Chorus 4. 

BONNEY, WALTER KEITH — Chorus 3,4. 

BOONE, RODNEY EUGENE — Chorus 

2,3,4. 

BOSTIC. WILLLIAM BENNETT 



BOWLES. MELISSA SUZANN — GAA 2.3; 

Pep Club 2.3; Spanish Club 2. 

BOWLES. PATRICE COLLEEN — Band 2; 

Drill 3,4; Powderpuff Football 3,4; Spanish 

Club 4; Tri-Hi-Y 3,4. 

BOYD, BRENDA JO — Drill 2,3,4 pres.; GAA 

2,3; Powderpuff Football 3,4; Spanish Club 2; 

Tri-Hi-Y 3,4; Outstanding Drill Team Member 2. 

BOYD, BOBBY SUE 

BRANTLY, SUSAN PAGE — jr. Civitans 3, 

NHS 4. 

BRAY, PAMELA JEAN — Chorus 2,3; Drama 

2,3; Pep Club 2; Spanish Club 2,3; Thespians 4. 

BREEN, ANTHONY MONROE — Spanish 

Club 

BRENNEMAN, TIMOTHY CARLISLE — 

Boys Gymnastics 2; Soccer Team 4. 

BREWER, MARK ROSS — V Football 2,3,4; 

V. Club 2,3. 

BREWER, MARK ROSS — V. Football 2,3,4; 

V. Club. 

BREWER, MICHAEL EDWIN 
BREWER, TIMOTHY ALLEN — Band 2,3,4; 
BRINKLEY, JOHN BRADFORD — Basket- 
ball 2; Cross Country 2,3; Indoor Track 3; 
Track 2,3; V. Club 3; BRAD & BRENDA. 
BROCK, MICHAEL LORENZO — V. Bas- 
ketball 3; Chorus 2,3,4; Indoor Track 4; JV 
Basketball 2; Track 2,3. 

BROWN, DEBRA SHARON — Chiefettes 2,3; 
Library Helper 2: SCA Rep. 3,4; 
BROWN, JOHN STEPHEN — Chess Club 
2,3,4; Cross Country 2,3,4; Indoor Track 3,4; 
Track 2,3,4. 

BROWN, MARTA — Drill 3,4; GAA 2,3,4; Of- 
fice Helper 3,4; Pep Club 2; Citizenship Award. 
BROWN, MICHAEL STEVEN 
BROWN, REBECCA ANN — D.E. 2,3,4. 
BROWN, TERESA KAY — GAA 2; Spanish 
Club 2. 

BRYANT MICHAEL THOMAS — Chorus 4; 
V. Football 3,4; JV Football 2; NHS 4; SCA 
Rep. 3; V. Wrestling 2; Soccer Club 4, Tres.; 
Class Council 4; Mike & Cindy. 
BRYZINSKI, JOHN ANTHONY 
BULASKI, DEBORAH ANN — SCA Rep. 3 
Cooperative Office Education 4. 
BULGER, ROSS ERIK — German Club 2,3 
JV Football 2,3; Track 3,4. 
BULLOCK, TERESA JAN — SCA Rep. 3 
Spanish Club 2,3 Vice. Pres.; COE 4. 
BUNCH, JEFFREY SCOTT — German Club 
2,4; JV Football 2; NHS 4. 
BURBAGE, STEVEN DEWEY — Chess Club 
2; Girls and Boys State 4; JV Football 2; Junior 
Class Treasurer, NHS 3,4; Senior Class Presi- 
dent 4, Sophomore Class Treasurer, Ten Out- 
standing Seniors 4; V. Wrestling 3,4; Who's 
Who. 

BURCHER, CHARLES MANNING — 
Rutabaga Fudge 3,4. 

BURNETTE, TERESA ANN — Pep Club 2; 
Powderpuff Football 3; Y-Teens 3; Keyettes 3. 
BUSCHER, JOHN ROBERT 
BYRUM, ALFRED BRITTON JR. — Chorus 
2,3,4. 

CALEVAS, LESLIE GAIL — Chorus 2,3,4; 
Treaty Staff 4. 

CALVERT, DEBORAH SHARLEEN — 
Keyettes 2, Library Helper 2,3; NJROTC 4; 
Band 2,3. 

CAMPBELL, DAVID BRIAN — V. Football 
2,3,4; Indoor Track 2; JV Wrestling 2; Track 
2,3,4; V. Club 3; V. Wrestling 3. 
CAMPBELL, JO-ANNE — Office Helper 
2,3,4; Powderpuff Football 2; Rutabaga Fudge 
3,4; Y-Teens 2. 

CAMPBELL, SUSAN LYNN — Chorus 2,3,4; 
Madrigals 4; Spanish Club 4. 
CAREY, SABRINA YVONNE — Drama 4; 
Office Helper 4; Thespians 4. 
CARPER, TERRY DIANE — D.E. 4; SCA 
Rep. 3. 

CARTER, ALBERT LEE 
CARTER, HOLLY H. 

CARTER, LAURIE VIOLA — Drill 2; Drama 
2,3,4; Thespians 2,3,4. 
CASWELL, DEBBIE LEE — D.E. 2,3,4. 
CAVALLO II, JOSEPH D. 
CHAPMAN, KATHY — Drill 4; Powderpuff 
Football 4; Y-Teens 4. 



CHELMER, SHARON ELIZABETH 
CHUTE RAYMOND E. — Image Staff 4; Tre- 
aty 3,4; Junior Acheivement 2,3. 
CLARY, DAVID WAYNE — Varsity Wrestl- 
ing 2,3. 

CLEMENTS, BRADLEY COWLES — V. 
Football 2,3,4; Ten Outstanding Seniors 4; V. 
Club 2,3. 

CLIFTON, JOANNE COLLEEN — Library 
Helper 2,3,4; Pep Club 4. 

CLINE, THOMAS MARK — V. Football 3,4; 
German Club 2,3; JV Football 3. 
CLYBURN, ROBERT WAYNE — JV Foot- 
ball 2. 

COATES, JOHN WILLIAM — V. Baseball 3; 
Chorus 4; JV Baseball 2. 
COBB, JOHN GERALD 

COCHRANE, CRAIG JAMES — V. Football 
4; JV Football 2. 

COCHRANE, KEITH ALAN — JV Football 
2. 

COHOON, ROBIN ALLAN 
COOK, JANET MARIE — Art Club 2,3; NHS 
3,4. 

COONS, DEBRA LYN — Art Club 3; French 
Club 2; Powderpuff Football 2; Tri-Hi-Y 2. 
COPLEY, JAMES OTIS — V. Football 2,3; JV 
Football 2; NHS 4; Ledger Star Scholastic 
Team 2,3. 

COSTNEY, GARY MONROE — Chorus 3,4; 
Gymnastics 2,3. 

COTTON, VICKI LYNNE — COE 4. 
COTTRELL, JOHN SHELDON — Woodshop 
Club 2. 

COURNOYER, BRUCE RAYMOND — Chess 
Club 2,3; Cross Country 2; Indoor Track 2,3; 
JV Wrestling 2,3; Track 2,3,4, Hi, Bruce! 
COWAN, WANDA CAROL — Chorus 2; 
GAA 2; Gymnastics 3,4; NHS 4. 
COX. MARIE ANN — GAA 2; Gymnastics 2; 
Pep Club 2.3; Powderpuff Football 4; SCA Rep. 
3.4; Y-Teens 4; FHA 2.3. 
CRANE JR., HOMER GLOWERS 
GREEKMORE, STANLEY RAY — D.E. 3.4. 
GRONIN. KATHRINE MARIE 
GULP. MICHAEL D. — D.E. 3.4. 
CUNNINGHAM. NANCY E. — GAA 2. 
CURLES. WYNDHAM LEE — V. Football 3; 
JV Football 2. 

CURRAN. PATRICIA ANNE — Chorus 4; Of- 
fice Helper 3; Powderpuff Football 3; SCA 
Rep. 3; Y-Teens 3. 

GUTRELL. WILLIAM ANTHONEY 
CUTTING. RICHARD EDWARD — NJROTC 
3.4; Soccer 2. 

DALTON JR. GASTON FILLMORE — 
NJROTC 3,4. 

DANDRIDGE, DEDE — Drama 4; Forensics 

2,3; Girls and Boys State 4; Homecoming Court 

4; Image Court 4; JV Cheerleader 2; Junior 

Class Officer 3; Pep Club 2,3,4; Senior Class 

Officer 4; V. Cheerleader 3,4; Spanish Club 2,3; 
Ten Outstanding Seniors 4; Cheerleaders's 

Merit Award. 

DAVENPORT, RITA GAIL— Chorus 4; D.E 2 

DAVIS DENISE MARIE — GAA 2; Pep Club 

2. 

DAVIS ROBIN YVONNE — Chorus 2,3,4; 

D.E. 2,3. 

DEANS, MADISON KELLY 

DEMUN, KORY KENT — Golf 3,4; NHS 3,4; 

National Merit Commended Student. 

DERENTIS, ROCCO NICHOLAS — Band 

2.3.4. 

DeWITT. VIVIAN NELL 

DICKENS. THOMAS R. 

DICKINSON, NANGI LEIGH — Chorus 

2.3,4; Keyettes 3; Treaty Staff 

DODD. RAYMOND EDWARD — D.E. 4; 

NJROTC 3. 

DODDRIDGE, BRADLEY SCOTT 

DOHNER. AIMEE FERINE — Chorus 2,3; 

French Club 2; Thespians 4. 

DOOLEY, SHANNON ANN — GAA 3; Hoc- 
key 4. 

DOUGLAS, DEBORAH JEAN 

DOUGLAS, ROBIN LEE 

DOWDY. PHIL A. — Pep Club 2. 

DOWNS, WILLIAM PATRICK — Basketball 

4; JV Basketball 2. 



SENIOR STATISTICS 



DOXEY, CHRISTOPHER ANNIAS — Chorus 
3,4; Track 2,3; Madrigals 4. 
DOZIER, DAVID THAMES 
DRIER, SHARON LOUISE — Chorus 2,3,4; 
Keyettes 3; Leo Club 3. 

EASON, WILLIAM TIMOTHY — French 
Club 2; JV Wrestling 2; SCA Rep. 4. 
EATON, BRENDA LEE — Chorus 2,3; COE 
4. 

EDWARDS, JAMES E. — Library Helper 2; 
NJROTC 3; Junior Achievement 3. 
EDWARDS, KENNETH B. — Chorus 3,4; 
D.E. 4. 

EDWARDS, LINWOOD LEE 
EDWARDS, TERRI LEA — Band 2,3,4; All 
City Gymnastics; Senior Regional Band. 
ELDRIDGE, DEVON LEIGH — Drill 3,4; 
NHS 3,4; Pep Club 2; SCA Rep. 2,3; Tidewater 
Scholastic Achievement Team; Latin Club 
Tres. 2, Pres. 3. 
EMRY, MICHAEL OWENS 
EVELYN, JACK ANTHONY — JE & DA 
EWELL, RHONDA DELL — Chorus 2,3,4. 
FALLS, PAMELA ANDREA — Drill 3,4; 
Drama 2, Pres., 3,4; Forensics 3,4; Girls and 
boys State 4; Image Staff 3,4, business man- 
ager; Leo Club 4; NHS 4; Office Helper 4; Pep 
Club 2; Powderpuff Football 3; Thespians 2,3,4, 
secretary; Tri-Hi-Y 3; Guitar Club 2. 
FARRINGTON. GEORGE T. 
FENTRESS, ROBERT S. — JV Football 2. 
FONTANILIS, CHERYL DENISE — Band 2; 
Chorus 4. 

FORBES, LINDSAY PIERCE 
FORBES, OSCAR ELLIS — Image Staff 3,4 
Co-editor; JV Wrestling 3; SCA Rep. 4; Ten 
Outstanding Seniors 4. 

FOREMAN, KATHLEEN DIANE — GAA 
2,3; German Club 2; Pep Club 2,3 treasurer; 
Powderpuff Football 3; Tri-Hi-Y 3,4. 
FORLINES JR., EDWIN RAY 
FORREST, DAVID KEITH — Drama 3,4; 
Image Staff 2,3, Spanish Club 2,3,4; Thespians 
3,4; Treaty Staff 2. 
FOSTER, STANLEY HERMAN 
FOSTER, WILLIAM IRVING — V. Basket- 
ball 4; Cross Country 2; JV Basketball 2; 
Spanish Club 2,3. 

FOY, CATHY EVLENN — Jr. Civitans 2.3,4; 
Office Helper 4. 

FOY, CHRISTOPHER WILLIAM 
FOXWELL, ROBERT SCOTT — Band 2,3,4; 
German Club 2,3,4; Drama 4; Golf 4; NHS 4; 
Junior Achievement 3; Senior Play 4. 
FRANCIS. MATT LLOYD 
FRIESZ, KATHERINE ANN — D.E. 3,4; 
SCA Rep. 3. 

FRUGARD, NEILSON GRANT — Golf 2; JV 
Football 2. 

FULLERTON, STEVEN WAYNE 
GAHAGAN, CAROLYN PATRICIE — Band 
2,3. 

GARRISON, GARY FRANKLIN — D.E. 4; 
SCA Rep. 4. 

GEORGE, KEN LEE — JV Baseball 2,3; JV 
Wrestling 2, V. Wrestling 3. 
GETRIGE, ROBERT ALAN 
GIBSON, ALAN LEE 

GILCHRIST, JOHN HENRY — V. Basketball 
4; JV Football 4. 
GLASER. RICHARD 

GLISSON, BRITTON LEE — Varsity Basket- 
ball 2,3,4; Cross Country 2; NHS 3,4 sergeant- 
at-arms; SCA Rep. 3; Track 2. 
GOLGOSKI, CHRISTI JO 
GOODE, CHERYL ANN — Drama 2,3,4; 
GAA 2; Spanish Club 2; Thespians 3,4; 
Y-Teens 2. 

GRADEL, LISA SUSAN — Y-Teens 4. 
GRANDSTAFF, GLENDON EARL — V. 
Football 3; JV Football 2; JV Wrestling 2; V. 
Wrestling 3.4. 

GRANGER. DENNIS EDWARD — Chess 
Club 2.3; German Club 2,3; NJROTC operation 
officer 3, executive officer 4. 
GRAY, DEBBIE L. — Pep Club 2,3; Spanish 
Club 2. 

GRIFFIN, STEWART KENNETH — Band 2. 
GUSTAFSON, LINDA ANN — French Club 
2,3,4; French Honor Society. 



HALL, DAVIS JAMES — Spanish Club 2.3; 
Track 3. 

HAMES. FORBIN ANN — D.E. 3; Pep Club 
2. 

HANBURY. HOWARD EARL — Debate 2; 
Image Staff 2; Latin Club 2,3,4; Leo Club 3.4; 
Key Club 4. 

HANCOCK, JANE LORENE — Office Helper 
3.4; Junior Achievement 2.3. 
HANNAN. CATHERINE ELAINE — 
Forenuics 2; GAA 2.3; Latin Club 2,3.4; 
NJROTC 3,4; Leo Club 4; Spanish Club 4. 
HANSON. ROBERT MICHAEL — Varisty 
Football 3.4; JV Football 2. 
HANSON, STEVEN MICHAEL — Baseball 
2,3,4; Chorus 4; V. Football 2,3,4; Varsity Club 
2,3. 

HARDISON, CLAUDE A. — Cross Country 
4; V. Football 2; Indoor Track 4; JV Football 3; 
Spanish Club 2; Track 2,3,4. 
HARDISON, IDA MARIE — Pep Club 3; Tre- 
aty Staff 2,3. 

HARLAN, KAREN LYNNE — Chorus 4. 
HARLAN, SARA JUNE — Drama 2; SGA 
Rep. 4; Y-Teens 4. 

HARRIMAN, RICHARD EDWARD — Ger- 
man Club 2; Key club 3,4; Ecology Club 2. 
HARRIS, JOAN ELIZABETH — Art Club 
2,3; Chorus 4; GAA 2; Powderpuff Football 4; 
Tri-Hi-Y 4. 

HARRIS, VANESSA ANNE — Chiefettes 3; 
SCA Rep. 4. Thespians 4. 
HARRISON, LOYD B. — Band 2. 
HATCHER. CYNTHIA LYNETTE — Drama 
3,4; Rutabaga Fudge 3; Thespians 3,4. 
HAWKINS, SHERYL ANN — D.E. 3,4; 
FBLA 2; Office Helper 4. 
HAYNIE, WILLIAM MICHAEL — D.E. 4. 
HAZLETT, KEN EDWARD 
HEASSLER. KRISTIN LEE — Drill 3,4 
treasurer; Drama 2; GAA 2; Powderpuff Foot- 
ball 3,4; SCA Rep. 3; Senior Class Historian; 
Y-Teens 3,4 historian. 

HEDGESPETH, GRADY BACKUS — Debate 
4; V. Football 2; Forensics 2,3,4; Girls and 
Boys State 3, Gov.; Jr. Civitans 2,3; JV Bas- 
ketball 2; Junior Class President; NHS 3,4; 
SCA President 4, Rep. 3; Sophomore Class 
President; Ten Outstanding Seniors 4; Thes- 
pians 2,3,4; V. Club 2,3; Track 2; Treaty 3; ICC 
3; Who's Who 4; National Achievement Scho- 
lar Semi-Finalist 4; Mayor's Youth Council 2,3 
Chairman, 4. 

HEINE, MARY CARROLL 
HENSON JOANN — Drill 4; Drama 3; Pow- 
derpuff Football 4; Y-Teens 4. 
HENDERSON, ALLE LEE 
HERSCH, BEVERLY ANNE — Chorus 2.3,4; 
Pep Club 2. 

HICKMAN, ROBERT L. — Band 2; Image 
Staff 4, 

HICKS, BEN FREDRICK — FBLA 2; Ger- 
man Club 2,3,4; Jr. Achievement. 
HIGGINS, ELEISH — Band 2,3,4; GAA 2,3,4; 
Girls Basketball 4; Hockey 2,3,4; SCA Rep. 4. 
HIGHTOWER, JANET PAULINE — Varsity 
Cheerleader 3,4; Crucible 4. 
HILL, JAMES MAURY — Latin Club 2,3,4. 
HILLEGASS, PATRICK EDWARD — Golf 
2,3.4. 

HINES, CHERYL DARLENE — Chiefettes 4; 
Chorus 3,4. 

HOBSON, DEBORAH SUE — D.E. 2,3 treas- 
urer, 4; Pep Club 2; D.E. State Leadership 
Conference. 

HODGES, JOY LEAH — Art Club 2; Chorus 
4; Powderpuff Football 4; Tri-Hi-Y 4; COE 3,4. 
HOFFMAN, CATHERINE IRENE — BUD!! 
HOLMES, SARAH KATE 
HOLTON, DAVID GENE 
HOOPER JR., WILEY DWIGHT — Forensics 
4; JV Basketball 2; Treaty Staff. 
HOTCHKIN, SUSAN M. — Drill 3,4; GAA 2; 
Pep Club 2. SCA Rep. 3; Spanish Club 2. 
HOUCHINS, MARK WESLEY 
HOWARD, DEBORAH — Art Club 2; D.E. 4; 
GAA 2,3; Hockey 2,3; Library Helper 2; Pep 
Club 2; Spanish Club 3. 

HOWARD, LISA ANNE — Chorus 2,3,4; 
French Club 2,3 Sec. 4; Vice-Pres.; Girls and 
Boys State 3; Jr. Civitans 2,3,4; NHS 3,4; SCA 



Rep. 4. National French Honor Society 3,4. 
HUBBARD, THERESA — Chorus 4; Drama 
2,3,4; French Club 2; Thespians 3,4; Senior 
Play 4; Crucible; One Act Play Competition 
State. Regional, District, Kemmy Award, Best 
Newcomer 3. 

HUDGINS, OBIN MARIE — National Merit 
Scholarship 4. 

HUGHES, TERI LYNN — Library Helper 
2.4; Rutabaga Fudge 4; Thespians 4; Senior 
Play, Treaty Staff 3.4. 

HUTCHINSON. JAMES LEE — Boys Gym- 
nastics 2. 

IRISH. JOHN — Art Club 2. Cafeteria Helper 
2; Pep Club 3. 

JACKSON. ROBIN GIBBS — Chorus 3,4; 
Powderpuff Football 2.3.4; Tri-Hi-Y 2; Y-Teens 
3. 

JAMES, DAVID CARL 

JAUDON, CATHERINE ELLEN — Chorus 4; 
Jr. Civitans 3; Office Helper 3; SCA Rep. 2; 
Y-Teens 2; F.T.A. 2. 

JETER, SCHERRYE LYNNE — Chorus 4; 
Debate 3; Drill 3,4; Drama 3; GAA 2; Powder- 
puff Football 3,4; Tri-Hi-Y 3,4; Book store 
helper 3,4. 

JENNINGS, SHARON LEE — Chorus 4; Drill 
4. 

JOHNSON, CINDY L. 

JOHNSON, CONNIE LOUISE — JV Cheer- 
leader 3; Powderpuff Football 3,4; Varsity 
Cheerleader 4; Y-Teens 3,4; Connie & Kevin. 
JOHNSON, WANDA GAIL 
JOHNSTON, CHERYL L. — Debate 2; Drill 
2,3,4 captain; Drama 2; French Club 2,3; 
Homecoming Court 4; Image Court 4; Office 
Helper 3; Powderpuff Football 3,4; SCA Rep. 
3,4; Tri-Hi-Y 3.4. 
JOHNSTON, TIM — Band 2,3.4. 
JONES. BONNIE JEAN — Art Club 2; Band 
2,3,4; Drama 3,4; GAA 2.3; Jr. Civitans 3,4; 
NJROTC 3; Thespians 4. 

JONES. MICHAEL WADE — Forensics 3; JV 
Baseball 2. 

JONES, PATRICIA RUTH — Chorus 3,4. 
JONES, WESLEY LARKIN — Chess Club 3. 
JORDAN, BYRON DEAN — D.E. 2,3,4. 
JORDAN, MARION JANE — Chorus 2,3,4; 
FBLA 2; GAA 2,3; Pep Club 2 
JORDAN. RANDALL ALAN — Cross Coun- 
try 2; Boys Gymnastics 2; JV Wrestling 2; Ten- 
nis 2.3; V. Club 2; Varsity Wrestling 2,3,4. 
JORDAL, WILLIAM ROBERT — German 
Club 2,3; NJROTC 2; NHS. 
KARTIS, JEAN BARBARA 
KATZ, BARBARA ELLEN — Chorus 2; De- 
bate 3; Drill 4; Pep Club 2; SCA Rep. 4. 
KEARNS. CONSTANCE MARIE — Drill 3.4 
sec; GAA 2; Library Helper 2; Powderpuff 
Football 3,4; Y-Teens 2,3,4 Pres.; ICC 4. 
KELLY, DAVID M. 
KENDRICK, DEVIN O'NEAL 
KENNEDY, MARY CLARIE — Chorus 2; 
Drill 2,3,4; GAA 2; SCA Rep. 3. 
KINARD. DARLENE McKAY 
KING, DEBORAH JEAN — COE 4. 
KING, LYNETTE C. 
KIRBY, DOUGLAS SCOTT 
KISH, JOHN THEODORE — Chess Club 2 
vice-pres.. 3 vice-pres., 4; Debate 2; vice-pres., 

3 vice-pres. 4; Forensics 3,4; German Club 2,3, 

4 pres.; Girls and Boys State 3.4; NHS 3.4 
vice-pres. SCA Rep. 2.3; Thespians 4; Who's 
Who; SCA State Parliamentarian. 
KLEINKNECHT, PENNY ARDELL — D.E. 
2.4. 

KNOX, SHELTON RICKY III — Cafeteria 
Helper 2; Chorus 2,3; D.E. 3,4 SCA Rep. 4. 
KOSTER, VICKI ANNE 
KRAFT, LINDA MARIE 
KRZAK, KARON ANN — Jr. Civitans 3,4; 
Library Helper 4; Office Helper 3. 
KUCHAOSKI, KAREN LESLIE 
KUCHERA, DEANNA LYNNETTE — 
Chorus 2,3,4; GAA 3; Madrigals 4; Spanish 
Club 2; Tri-Hi-Y 3; Jr. Achievement 3 Pres. 
KUJAWSKI, FRANCES KATHERINE — Of- 
fice Helper 2; Pep Club 2. 
LAKE, KRYSTAL ANN — GAA 2; 
Homecoming Court 4; Image Court 4; JV Cheer- 
leader 3; NHS 4; Powderpuff Football 3,4; Ten 



TWO HUNDRED THIRTY NINE 



Outstanding Seniors 4; V. Cheerleader 4; Y 
Teens 2,3 sec, 4 vice-pres.; KRYSTAL & 
DAVID. 

LAMM, CATHERINE SUE — Drama 3; Pep 
Club 2. 

LANG, DEBORA KAY — Drama 3; GAA 3; 
JV Cheerleader 2; Pep Club 2,3; Powderpuff 
Football 2,3; SCA Rep. 3. V. Cheerleader 3; 
Y-Teens 2,3,4. 

LANGELIER, LISA FRANCES — Drama 
2,3; Spanish Club 2,3,4; Treaty Staff 4. 
LANNON, MICHAEL JOSEPH — D.E. 2. 
Drama 2; Thespians 2. 

LARRY, BEVERLY ANN — Chorus 4; Drill 
4; Drama 2. 
LASSITER, GRAY 

LASSITER, TERRY R. — Cafeteria Helper 
2,3,4; Chorus 2,3,4; V. Football 2,3,4; Indoor 
Track 2,3,4; JV Basketball 2; Track 2,3,4; V. 
Club 2,3. 

LAUMANN, ANITA MARIE — Drill 4. 
LEE, LYNN MICHELLE — GAA 2; Girls 
Basketball 4; Gymnastics 2; Homecoming 
Court 3,4; JV Cheerleader 2,3 co-capt.; Pep 
Club 2; V. Cheerleader 4. 

LEMMIOS, STEVE JAMES — V. Football 
3,4; JV Wrestling 3,4; Track 2,3; V. Club 3. 
LENARD, EVELYN — German Club 2,3,4; 
Jr. Civitans 2; Rutabag Fudge 4; Junior 
Achievement 2. 

LEON, DENIS ANN — D.E. 4; Drama 3; 
GAA 2; Pep Club 2. 

LeSESNE, CHRISTIAN FREDRICK — Bas- 
ketball manager 2,3; Debate 3,4; SCA Rep. 4; 
Spanish Club 2,3,4; Track 2. 
LEWIS, DEBRA LEE — Art Club 2,3; D.E. 4; 
Drama 4; SCA Rep. 2; Spanish Club 2. 
LEWIS DEBORAH L. — Forensics 4. 
LEWIS, MARK E. — NJROTC 3; Spanish 
Club 2,3. 

LEWIS, WILLIAM MARSHALL — Band 
2,3,4; Chess club 2,3,4; Drama 3,4. 
LINDAMOOD, KAREN JEAN — Majorettes 
3,4. 

LIPINSKI, JANET LEE — German Club 2. 
LITALIEN, JOHN JOSEPH — Tennis 3,4. 
LOIZEAUX, NANCY ANN — French Club 
2,3,4; GAA 2,3,4; Hockey 3,4; Junior Class 
Historian; NHS 4; Pep Club 2,3; SCA Rep. 2 
Tri-Hi-Y 3; SCA Vice President. 
LOUK, KINNETH DWAYNE 
MACARAEG, MARIFE E. 
MACHAK, MICHELLE — Girls Basketball 4, 
Pep Club 4. 

MADDREY, BARBARA ANNE — Gym 
Helper 2. 

MANDIGO, ROGER JAN — Band 2,3,4; 
Spanish Club 2. 

MANN, TRICIA ROBIN — Art Club 4; GAA 
2; 

MARTIN, BONNIE GAYLE — Forensics 2,3; 
French Club 2,3,4; GAA 3.4; Hockey 2,3,4; 
National Honor Society 3,4; Pep Club 2; Pow- 
derpuff Football 3,4; Rutabaga Fudge 4; Tri- 
Hi-Y 2,3,4. 

MARTIN, STEPHAN DOUGLAS — JV Foot- 
ball 2; Drafting award 3. 

MASON. ELIZABETH MARIE — Drill 4; 
French club 2; Pep club 2,3 Pres. 
MASSEY, DOUGLAS JAMES — Art Club; 
DE; Forensics; JV Wrestling; Rutabaga Fudge. 
MAURICE, RAYMOND E. 
MAYFIELD, OLIVER DOUGLAS — Basket- 
ball 2.3,4; Chorus 3.4; Cross Country 3; JV 
Basketball 2; JV Football 3; Track 2. 
MAYES, MELODYE SUE 
MAYTON, GAIL RENEE — Chorus 3; D.E, 
3,4. 

MAZGAY, RICK ARLEN — Chess Club 2; 
D.E. 2. 

McANDREWS, TERRY JOHN — Cross 
Country 4; Forensics 4; Track 4; Soccer 4. 
McANULTY, JONATHAN FRANCIS — 
Tennis 4. 

McCarthy, BRUCE ALLEN — chess Club 
3; German Club 2.3; NJROTC 3. 

McCartney, karen eileen 
McCLANNAN. caron lynne 

Mcdonald, gloria ANNETTE — Drama 
3; FBLA 2. 
McGILL. TERRY R. 



McKINNEY, JAMES SAMUEL — Boys 
Gymnastecs 2; JV Wrestling 2.3; V. Wrestling 
4. 

McMILLEN. STEVE. LEE — JV Football 2. 
McNEAL. KATHRYN LEE — Office Helper 
2. 

McNULTY. DIANE MARIE — GAA 2.3; Of- 
fice Helper 2.3. 

McPHERSON. SIDNEY MICHAEL — JV 
Football 3. 

MEADE, DENISE LOUISE — Cafeteria 
Helper 2; Pep Club 2; SCA Rep. 3. 
MEISE. BRENDA LOUISE — Chorus 2.3.4; 
Debate 3; Regional Chorus 3. 
MELTON. CLAY PINDER — Boys Gymnas- 
tics 2; JV Wrestling 2. , 

MELON. JANICE ANN — Chiefettes 3; 
Chorus 2,3; D.E. 3.4. 

MENGE. JEAN MARIE — Chorus 2.3,4; 
Powderpuff Football 2.3; Y-Teens 2.3. 
MEREDITH. CYNTHIA JANE — Chorus 4; 
Homecoming Queen 4; NHS 4; Pep Club 2; 
Powderpuff Football 3.4; Ten Outstanding 
Seniors 4; Tri-Hi-Y 2.3.4; V. Cheerleader 4, 
co-capt.. Outstanding Senior Girl. Cindy and 
Mike. 

MERRILL. DEBORAH MARIE — FBLA 2.3; 
Office Helper 2.3.4. 

METZGER. KATHLEEN ANN — Chorus 4; 
Drill 4; Girls and Boys State 4; Jr. Civitans 2.3; 
NHS 3,4; Powderpuff Football 3,4; Senior 
Class Vice-President; Sophomore Class Secret- 
ary; Y-Teens 3,4. Treasurer. 
MILEY. JOHN J. — D.E. 4; JV Football 2. 
MILLEN. SUSAN MARIE — French Club 2; 
Powderpuff Football 2; Y-Teens 2; Perfect At- 
tendance 2.3. 

MILLER. JEFFERY GEORGE — Drama 4; 
JV Wrestling 3; Thespians 4; Chairman of Prom 
4; Co-Chairman of Homecoming 4; Senior Play 
4. Hi Jeff; (Whop) 

MILLER. NANCY GRAY — FBLA 2; NHS 4. 
MILLER. STEPHEW PAUL 
MILLER. THERESA JO — Chorus 3,4, 
MISUNA. CHARLES EDWARD — V. Foot- 
ball 2.3.4; Indoor Track 2.3; SCA Rep. 2; Track 
2,3.4; Varsity Club 2.3. (Chop-Chop) 
MITCHEN. DEBBIE J. — Band 2. 
MITCHELL. JACQUELINE KAY — Hockey 
3. 

MIYAGAWA. JOHN JAMES 
MOORE, DEBIE JOAN — Chorus 2,3.4; 
FBLA 3. 

MOORE. JAMES JACKSON — Varsity 
Baseball 3.4; Chorus 4; Varsity Football 3.4; JV 
Baseball 2; JV Football 2; Varsity Club 2.3. 
BIG RED!! 

MOORE. JOHN HENRY — D.E. 3.4. 
MOORE. WILLIAM FRANKLIN — Chorus 
3; V. Football 2.3.4; V. Club 2,3. 
MOREAU. JOSEPH MICHAEL — French 
Club 2; NJROTC 4. 

MORRIS. PAMELA ANN — Chorus 4; 
Homecoming Court 3.4; Image Court 4; JV 
Cheerleader 2; Varsity Cheerleader 3.4. 
MORRISON. PAMELA SUE — Drama 2,3.4; 
Thespians 3.4. 

MORRISSEY. MIKE ANTHONY — SCA 
Rep. 4. 

MORROW, JERRY VERN — NJROTC 3. 
MOSS. BEVERLY CHRISTINE — Chorus 
2.3; Y-Teens 2. 

MOSS. JR. DONALD A. — Chorus 2.3; Mad- 
rigals 3.4. 

MOSSER. BROCK EUGENE 
MULLALY. RITA ANN — Drama 2.3.4; Girls 
and Boys State 3; NHS 3.4; Pep Club 2; SCA 
Rep. 3.4 Sec. Powderpuff Football 4; Spanish 
Club 3.4; Thespians 3.4; Tri-Hi-Y 4. 
MURPHY. JANET LEIGH — GAA 2; Keyet- 
tes 3; NHS 4; Pep Club 2. 
MURPHY PAULA DEAM — French Club; 
GAA 2. 

MUSTIN. DAVID JACKSON 
MYERS. JEANNE MARIE — Chorus 3; D.E. 
2.3.4; Crafts 2. 

MYNES. WILLIAM HOWARD 
NANCE. DEBORAH — D.E. 4 
NEAL. GEREGORY LINDSAY — D.E. 4. 
NEAL. JACKIE ANN — COE 4. 
NEISLER. ROBERT EARL 



NELSON. REBECCA ANNE — Art Club 4; 
French Club 3; GAA 2; Library Helper 2.3.4; 
SCA Photographer 4. 

NELSON. STEVEN L. — Varsity Football 
3.4; 

NEWBERN. STEVE R. —Art Club 3,4; D.E. 
3. 

NEWSOME. CYNTHIA LYNNE — GAA 2.3. 
NEWSOME. DONNA LYNN — COE 4. 
MICHALS, HAL S. — JV Basketball 2. 
NIELSEN. POLLY ANN — Drama 2. 
NOBLETT. ELIZABETH ANN — Chorus 
2,3.4. 

OBRIEN. MARY CATHERINE — Art Club 
3.4; GAA 3.4. 

OBRIEN. MICHAEL ANTHONY — Chess 
Club 2.3.4; French Club 2.3; JV Basketball 2 
NHS 3.4. 

OHARA. JAMES MICHAEL — Forensics 4 
Latin Club 3. 

O'HARA. MARK BARRET — JV. Baseball 2 
J.V. Football 2; Varsity Baseball 3.4; Varsity 
Football 3.4; Varsity Club 3. High Mark! 
O'HARA. NICHOLAS VINCENT — Tennis 
2.3.4. 

ORTIZ. DEBBIE ENEIDA. 
PARKER, MARK LEE. 

PARKS, LINDA CHRISTINE — Chorus 4; 
GAA 2. 

PASCHALL. TERESA ANN — Pep Club 3. 
PATRICK. DALYNN — GAA 2.3 (Treasurer) 
4 (President); Girls Basketball 4; Hockey 2.3.4; 
Co-Captain 3.4; National Honor Society 3.4; 
Tennis 2; All Tidewater Hockey Team 2.3.4. 
PATTERSON. DAWN MARIE — French 
Honor Society 3. 
PAUL. DONA LORAIN. 

PEACOCK. RAMONA P. — Chorus 3; Drama 
3; French Club 2; Library Helper 3; Powderpuff 
Football 3. 

PEDERSON. ROBIN MARIE — Chess Club 
2; Debate 2; Drama 2.3; Forensics 2.3; Jr. Civi- 
tan 2.3; Rutabaga Fudge 2.3.4; Thespians 2,3; 
Treaty Staff 3,4. 

PETERSON. CHRIS P. — D.E. 3.4. 
PLEDGER. SHARON ANN — Art Club 3; 
Keyettes 2; C.O.E. 4. 

POULIN. MARY CECILIA — Drill 4; Pow- 
derpuff Football 3,4; Y-Teens 3.4; Junior 
Achievement 2.3; S.C.A. Representative 4. 
PRESGRAVES. MAX RAY. 
PRICE ALAN KIRBY — Varisty Baseball 
2.3.4; Varsity Basketball 2.3; Boys State alter- 
nate 3; National Honor Society 3.4. 
PRICE. KATHY D. — D.E. 2.3.4; Hockey 2. 
PRICE. SHANE M. — Photo Club 4. 
PRIDDY. AUBREY POLLARD — D.E. 3.4. 
PRITCHARD. KAREN KAY — COE. 4. 
PRUDEN. PAULA S. — Forensics 3.4; Ger- 
man Club 2.3.4; National Honor Society 3.4; 
Powderpuff Football 3.4; S.C.A. Representa- 
tive 3.4; Sophomore Class Officer. 2 Historian; 
Tri-Hi-Y 3; (Sergeant-At-Arms) 4 (President); 
Senior Class Council 4. 

RAPER. NENA ANN — D.E. 3. Y-Teens 2.3. 
RAUSCHENBAD. DIANA LYNN 
REED, ANITA LYNNE — D.E. 3,4 Historian. 
REMICCI, TINA MARIE — Drama 3.4; 
Homecoming Court 2.4; Image Court 4; Image 
Staff 4.; JV Cheerleader 2; Pep Club 2.3; Pow- 
derpuff Football 3,4; b Thespians 4; Y-Teens 
3.4; "WHOP" Yea Class Of "74! 
RICE. CRAIG SCOTT — Cafeteria Helper 2; 
Tennis 3. 

RIKE. DEBRA ANN — Chorus 4. 
RIONDET. PETER PAUL — NHS 4; Tennis 
4; Scholastic Team. Nat'l Merit Semi-Finalist; 
Governors. School for the Gifted; Who's who. 
ROBINSON. ROBBIE WELDON 
ROBNETT. LORA L. — GAA 3.4 Vice-Pres.; 
Hockey 4; NHS 3.4 SEC: Senior Class Play. 
ROON. CHRYSTAL MARIE — Art Club 4; 
Drill 3.4 co-cap.; GAA 3.2 NHS 4: Powderpuff 
Football 2.3.4; T-Teens 2.3.4. 
ROPER. TIMOTHY DALE 
ROSS CYNTHIA FAITH — D.E. 4. 
ROSS. LARRY RAY 

ROWE. JAN COX — Drama 3; Forensics 3; 
Pep Club 2. 

ROYSTER. STEVEN TONEY — German 
Club 2; JV Football 2. 



SENIOR STATISTICS 



RYALS, DeANNE DAWN 
SACIA, RICHARD G. 

SAGE. ROBERT HARLEY — JV Baseball 
2,3. 

SANDERSON. MATTHEW — Cross Country 
4; D.E. 3; Indoor Track 3. 
SASSER. STEWART WAYNE — JV Baseball 
2.3; JV Football 3. 

SAWYER. KAREN LOUISE — D.E. 2.3; Pep 
Club 2. 

SAWYER. RICK WAYNE 
SCHAFER. MARY C. — Art Club 2.4; Drama 
2; GAA 2; Yearbook Staff at Vo-Tech. 
SCHUMACHER. EDWARD JOHN — Chorus 
4; Boys Gymnastics 2. 

SCHNOEBELEN, MICHAEL JEROME — 
Band 2.3. 4; JV Baseball 2. 
SCHULZE, NATALE ELIZABETH 
WASHINGTON — Chorus 4; SCA Rep. 4; 
Y-Teens 2.3.4. 

SCOTT, ANGELA ELIZABETH — Drill 3,4; 
Forensics 3; French Club 2; GAA 2; Girls Bas- 
ketball 4; Hockey 2; NHS 4; Office Helper 2. 
SCOTT. NINA JEAN 
SHANNON. DANNY FLOYD 
SHERMAN. STEPHANIE 
SHUE. SANDRA KAYE — Art Club 2,3.4. 
SENEKER. VINCENT — German Club 2,3; 
Jr. Civitans 2.3. 

SESSLER. LYNETTE LOUISE — Office 
Helper 3. 

SHANK, CHARLES JOHN — Chess Club 3,4; 
D.E. 2; office Helper 2; Rutabaga Fudge 4. 
SHELTERS. VIKKI DIANA — Drill 2.3; 
FBLA 2 treasurer. 

SHUTTLESWORTH. TIMOTHY LEE — 
SIEBELS. GERI LEE — Leo Club 2.3 treas., 4 
pres.; Spanish Club 2. 

SIMONS, JEFFREY ALAN — Drama 2,3,4; 
Forensics 2,3,4; German Club 2; Thespians 3,4 
treasurer; Kemmy Award Nat'l Forensics 4. 
SIMS, EDWARD LEE — Cafeteria Helper 3; 
French Club 2. 
SIMMONS, WASTER E. 
SIMPKINS, LAURIE ANN 
SINGLETON. VICTORIA ELIZABETH — 
Debate 3; Drama 2; NJROTC 3.4; Newspaper 
Staff 3: Jr. Achievement 2. 
SKELLEY, DAVID PATTEN — SCA Rep. 4; 
HI David! 

SKILLS. BECKY LAURAINE — Chorus 2.3; 
GAA 2; JV Cheerleader 3; Powderpuff Football 
3,4; Y-Teens 3,4. 

SLOCUM. WILLIAM SCOTT — Boys Gym- 
nastics 2,3; Track 2; V. Club 2 
SMITH. DELORIS MARIA 
SMITH. JULIE ANN — JV Cheerleader 2 3 
co-cap.; Pep Club 2.3. 

SMITH. JOLINDA MARIE — Chorus 2.3; 
GAA 2; Girls Gymnastics 2; Office Helper 2 3 
SMITH. PAUL ALAN — Drama 3; NJROTC 

SMITHSON. SHIRLEY SUE — GAA 2" Of- 
fice Helper 2.3; Pep Club 2,3. 
SMITH Jr.. WILLIAM ROBERT 
SODERIRICK, KEITH DALE 
SOLOMON, PATRICIA LYNN — D E 4 
SOWERS, JOYCE PAIGE - Art Club 2; D.E. 

SOVOCOOL, JAMES EUGENE — Cross 
Country 2,3,4; NHS 3,4; Track 2; Jr. Achieve- 
ment 2,3. 

SPENCE, TERRY ANN — Chiefettes 3- 

Chorus 2.3.4; D.E. 3; SCA Rep. 3. 

STAKES, WILLIAM OSCAR - SCA Rep 3- 

Spanish Club 2. Hi Beef " 

STALLINGS, STEVE ELLIS 

STAVISH, MATTHEW DANIEL — Chess 

Club 2,3,4; Cross Country 2,3,4; Indoor Track 

3,4; NHS 3,4; Track 2.3,4. 

STEPHENSON. SCOTT BRADFORD — JV 

Wrestling 3; SCA Rep. 4; Spanish Club 2; 

Track 2. 

STEVENS, BRYAN DEAN 

STEVENS, PAUL LYLE - Chess Club 2.3,4; 

Spanish Club 2,3; Jr. Achievement 2. 

STEVENSON, KATHY DARLENE — 

Chorus 3; Band 2; Majorettes 4; Pep Club 2,3; 

Spanish Club 2. 

STINNETT. DAVID PAUL 



STINSON, JOSEPH DANA — V. Football 
3,4; JV Football 2.3. 

STOREY, MARK HARRY — Varsity Wrestl- 
ing 3,4. 

STRANGE. KATHERINE BECKHAM — 
GAA 2; Pep Club 2; FHA 3.4 treasurer. 
SUMNER, RICHARD ALAN — Band 2; 
French Club 2. 
SWARTZ. BOYD F. 

SWEITZER. JERRERY LIN — Chess Club 3; 
Debate 2; Forensics 3.4; Girls and Boys State 
3; SCA Rep. 3; SCA Award 3; Marquis Chair- 
man 3,4. 

SABRON. EMMA SIRVONIE — Chiefettes 3; 
Chorus 2; FBLA 2. 

TAPSCOTT. NANCY LEE — Drill 3,4; Tri- 
Hi-Y 3. 

TAYLOR. DAVID SAMUEL 
TAYLOR, ERNEST ALFRED — Cross Coun- 
try 2,3; Boys Gymnastics 2,3,4. 
TAYLOR. KEITH EARL 
TAYLOR LYNN — GAA 2; Hockey 2,3,4; Of- 
fice Helper 3.4; Pep Club 2; Clinic Helper 2. 
TAYLOR. MARTIN LEWIS — D.E. 3.4. . 
THOMAS. PAUL DAVID — Chess Club 2.3.4. 
THOMPSON. MICHAEL GLENN — Chorus 
3,4; Drama 2; Forensics 2; German Club 2.3; 
S.C.A. Representative 2.3; Senior Class Play 4. 
THOMPSON. TIMOTHY JOHN — Chorus 4; 
Varsity Football 3.4; Indoor Track 2; J.V. 
Football 2; S.C.A. Representative 4; Track 2; 
Varsity Club 2.3. 

TICATCH. JOEL L. — German Club 2; Na- 
tional Honor Society 3,4; S.C.A. Representa- 
tive 2.3. 

TODD. MICHELLE — Chorus 4; Homecom- 
ing Court 2; Powderpuff Football 2; Sophomore 
Class Officer 2; Y-Teens 2. 
TOMBARGE, CHERYL ELAINE — National 
Honor Society 4. 

TRAINO. ROBERT VITO — Band 2; Varsity 
Baseball 4; Varsity Basketball 3.4; Chorus 
2,3,4; Varsity Football 2; Indoor Track 4; J.V. 
Basketball 2; Track 3; Whop Club 2.3,4, Presi- 
dent 2,3,4. 

TRAINO, TINA J. — Chorus 2,3,4; Pep Club 
2. 

TRENT. MICHAEL DEAN. 
TUCK, CONNIE PAIGE — GAA 2; National 
Honor Society 3,4; Office Helper 3; Powderpuff 
Football 4; Spanish Club 2; Y-Teens 4. 
TUCKER. CHESTER B. 

TURLEY. JOYCE A. — Chorus 4; Drill 4; 
Drama 4; GAA. 2.3,4; Hockey 3; Powderpuff 
Football 4; S.C.A. Representative 2,3; Y-Teens 
4; Executive Council 4. 

TURNER. KIMBERLY ANN — Chess Club 
2,3,4; German Club 2; National Honor Society 
3,4; Treaty Staff 3, Business Manager 4. 
TURNER, RICHARD H. — Thespians 4. 
URSO, SUSAN M. — Band 2; D.E. 4; Ma- 
jorettes 2. 
UZZLE. LILLIE. 
Van WAGNER, DEBBY. 
VENABLE. DAVID BRIAN — Cross Country 
2; Varsity Club 2. 

VERCRUYSSE, DIANE MARIE — Drama 2. 
VESTAL, DEBORAH D. — Office Helper 2. 
WADE, DEBORAH KAY — NHS 3,4; Senior 
Class Officer 4; Spanish Club 2. 
WADE. RICHARD MATTHEWS — D.E. 3. 
WALKER. LORI JANE — Chorus 2,3.4; Drill 
3.4 V. Pres.; French Club 2; Pep Club 2; Pow- 
derpuff Football 3,4; Tri-Hi-Y 3; Y-Teens 4. 
WALKER. STACY LEE — D.E. 2; Library 
Helper 2; SCA Rep. 4. 

WALL. MARY ELIZABETH — Chorus 2,3,4; 
Powderpuff Football 3; Y-Teens 3. 
WARD, CRYSTAL GAY — Chorus 3,4; GAA 
2; Miss Image 4; NHS 3,4; Powderpuff Football 
4; SCA Rep. 2,3; Senior Class Treasurer; Ten 
Outstanding Seniors 4; Tri-Hi-Y 4;. 
WAHBURN, ROBERT BLAKE — Band 2.4; 
Debate 2; NJROTC 2. 

WATERS. SANFORD. RUSSELL — Cross 
Country 3. 

WATKINS ANN — Drama 2.3,4; French Club 
2; Office Helper 4; Pep club 2; Thespians 4, 
FHA 2. 

WATSON, RANDAL LEE — Chorus 2,3,4; 
Madrigals 4. 



WAYNRE. JAMES EVERETTE — V. Foot- 
ball 3.4; Track 2,3.4. 

WEEKS, ALBERT MCDONALD — V. Bas- 
ketball 3,4; Track 2. 
WEGER, DARRELL LYNN. 
WELCH, FRANK LESLIE — Baseball 3,4; 
Varsity Football 2,3,4; J.V. Baseball 2; J.V. 
Wrestling 2; Leo Club 4; Varsity Club 2,3; Var- 
sity Wrestling 3,4; Frank and Karen. 
WELKE. ANN GAIL — Forencis 4; French 
National Honor Society 3,4. 
WERNICK. ROBERT DALE — German Club 
2; National Honor Society 3,4; Varsity Wrestl- 
ing 2,3,4; Captain 3. 

WHELAN. BARTHOLOMEW JOHN — 
Cross Country 2,3,4; Indoor Track 2,3; Track 
2,3. 

WHITE, DAVID WARREN — French Club 2. 
WHITE. JANICE — Chiefettes 3.4; Chorus 
3.4. 

WHITE. SANDRA KAY. 
WHITLEY. PATTY K. 

WIAN. PAMELA SUE — Chorus 3; J.V. 
Cheerleader 2; Powderpuff Football 2; Tri-Hi-Y 
2, Clinic Helper 2.3.4. 
WILDMAN, DEBORAH. 
WILLIAMS. MICHAEL ALASON — D.E. 4; 
Spanish Club 2. 

WILLIAMS. SUSAN GAY — G.A.A. 2; 
IMAGE STAFF 2,3,4, Co-Editor 4; Office 
Helper 2; Powderpuff Football 2,3,4; S.C.A. 
Representative 2,3; Y-Teens 2.3.4. Vice- 
President 3; S.C.A. Historian 3; Sophomore 
Class Council 2; Sue-b. Who? 
WILLIAMS, VERONICA JOAN. 
WILLIAMSON, VICTORIA ELLA — Ma- 
jorette 2,3,4. 

WILSON, ELLEN MARIE — Chorus 2,3.4; 
Drama 3. 

WILSON. HOLLY JANE — Chorus 3, Na- 
tional Honor Society 3,4; Spanish Club 4. 
WINDSCHITTL. PAULA MADELINE. 
WINSLOW. WILBUR AUGUST. 
WITHERINGTON. STEVE — Chorus 3.4; 
Track 2.3. 

WITTMAN, RICHARD GERALD. 
WOMBLE. EDWARD WAYNE — D.E. 3,4. 
WOMBLE. MARI ELIZABETH — Drama 4; 
GAA 2; Hi Burk; Image Court 4; Pep Club 2; 
Powderpuff Football 2.3,4; SCA Representative 
2; Y-Teens 2.3,4; Clinic Helper 3; SCA Hand- 
book Committee 4. 

WOOD. KEITH RICHARD — Varsity Foot- 
ball 3; J.V. Baseball 2; J.V. Football 2; 
NJROTC 3. 

WOOD, ROSE MADONNA — Careteria 
Helper 3; Keyettes 2; Pep Club 2; F.H.A. 2. 
WOOD, SUE BLACK. 

WOODRUFF. VIVIAN ANN — Cafeteria 
Helper, 2; Chorus 4; Drama 2; Library Helper 

WOOTERS, GREG LEE — Golf 2,3; National 
Honor Society 3,4; S.C.A. Representatives 2. 
WRIGHT, ALLAN WESLEY. 
WRIGHT, LEE ANN — Majorettes 2,3. 
WRIGHT. JOHN FRED. 

WYNNE, KAI GARNETT — Art Club 2; 
German Club 2. 

YARRINGTON, DAVID ALEN — D.E. 3. 
YODER. ROY EARL. 

YOUNGBLOOD. KAREN ELIZABETH — 
D.E. 2.3; Powderpuff Football 2; Y-Teens 2.3. 
YOUNG. JOHN JOSEPH. 
YOUNT, STEPHEN KERRY — Cross Coun- 
try 4; German Club 3; Indoor Track 3,4; Track 
3,4; Powderpuff Football Cheerleader 4. 
ZUKEL, EVELYN ANNE — D.E. 4; Rutab- 
age Fudge 4. 

HAMMER, ANITA — Chorus 4; J.V. Cheer- 
leader 3; Powderpuff Football 3.4; Tri-Hi-Y 3,4, 
Vice-President 4; Varsity Cheerleader 4; 
N.C.A. Cheerleader 4, Senior Class Council 
Handbook Editor 4. Y-Teens 4. 



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